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1951 




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REESE LIBRARY 

Augusta College 
Augusta, Georgia 



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This has been a year of great 
change and achievement for 
our school as well as our na- 
tion. We have tried to de- 
pict here the activities of the 
school this year, and to honor 
those who were outstanding in 
scholastic attainment, leader- 
ship, athletics, and student or- 
ganizations. 



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^^'e hope you will receive 
this 1951 RAINBOW, its mer- 
its and demerits, as we have 
tried to present it — a record 
and reminder of some of the 
events of the past year. Any 
enjoyment you may receive 
from it will Ije ample reward 
for those who have worked to 
hrino- it to vou. 





MR. ELROY DuPUIS 



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IN RECOGNITION. . . . 



cjf his wise and s_\iii|)a'.lu'tic iiiulerstaiKling- of ynunt;' i)eo])le. . . 

cif his faster interest in the Academy iif l\ichni( md L'ounty. . . 

af his nntiriiitj efforts f(]r its ad\ ancenient. . . 

We consider it fittinjj; that the 1951 Rainhow should be dedi- 
cated to Mr. Kirov DuPiiis. His ajipreciation of us when we 
are good and his tolerance of ns when we are not .so good have 
won our affection. 




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The Administration 
The Faculty 

The Junior College of Augusta 

The Academy of Ric hmond County 
The Military Department 
Athletics 
Activities 
Features 

Fun In Pictures 
Advertisements 






LANDON THOMAS. President 
JOSEPH B. GUMMING. Vice-President 
ROBERT H. SHERMAN 

STEWART PHINIZY 



BERRY FLEMING 

ROBERT WALTON 

BRIG. GEN. E. C. B. DANFORTH 






T. M. NICKLES, President 

F. J. PRITCHARD, Vice-President 

ROBERT J. WATSON 

MRS. FRED L. POWELL 

MRS. H. E. TAYLOR 

DORRAH NOWELL, JR. 

F. E. SOMMER 

MRS. GEORGIANNE LOVETT 
0. S. SATCHER 
R. J. BEATTIE 

G. ALBERT HUNTINGTON 
J. GLOVER CU3HMAN 



ROY E. ROLLINS, Secretary 
Superintendent of Schools 

GEORGE A. HUNTINGTON 

O. O. McGAHEE 

JOSEPH B. GUMMING, JR. 

HOGAN DUNAWAY 

B. F. MILES 

ROBERT M. COLLINS 

CO.. HOWARD 

A. J. GARPENTER 

W. R. LOFLIN 




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A.B., M.A., LITT. D. 




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ANTON PAUL MARKERT 
B.S. in C.E., M.A. 






MISS SYDNEY SANDERS 
Secretary 



MRS. BILLIE F. CORBIN 
Secretary 





C. E. FLANAGAN 
Bookkeeper 



MRS. L. E. HARRIS 
Dietitian. 



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MARGARET BAILIE 

B.S.. B.L.5. 

Librarian 



THOMAS LESLIE BAMFORD CARLOS EDWARD BEARDEN 
B. Music B.S. 

Eand Science, Math 



GEORGE LANGSTON 

BOLTON, B. S. 

Mathematics 




MILDRED CARTLEDGE 

BOWMAN, B.S.. M.S. 

Health 



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ANN WISHART BRADDY EUGENE MoRAY CLARK JAMBS EARLY COLBERT 

B.A., M.A. B.S. B.S. 

English. Dramatics English Commercial 



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CHARLES GUY CORDLE 

B.A. M.A. 

History 



LOWELL EL^VRLE 
CULBERTSON, B.S. M.S. 
Chemistry 



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GEORGE MARTIN DASHER 
General Shop 



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HARRY DOLYNUIK 

B.A. 

Chemistry 



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ELROY DU PUIS 
B.A., M.A. 



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JOHN EVANS EUBANKS 

B.A., M.A. 

Latin. Government 



MARSHALL JACKSON 

FLOWERS. JR., B.S. 
Mathematics, Geography 











LAWRENCE ALBERT FOX NORMAN L. GALLOWAY MARY SAVAGE GILLILAND LUTHER ALFRED GRIFFIN 
B.A. B.S., M.A. B.A., M.A. B.S., M.S. 

Drawing Psychology, Eccnomics Mathematics Biology 




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JOHN THOMAS HAINS LEAH DOROTHY HALBERT 
B.S. B. Music "- 

Mathematics Mnsic 



MARY EVANS HALL 

B.S. 
Commercial Subjects 



GEORGE TURNER HOWARD 
B.S., LL.B. 

Spanish 



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THOMAS J. HUFFMAN 

B.A., M.A. 

History 



BAEBARA CLARKE INMAN 

B.S. 

Phiysical Education 



FRANK EDWIN INMAN 

B.S., M.Ed. 

Chemistry, Athletics 



WILLIAM R. KENNEDY 
Commercial Subjects 




GARNET T. LANGFORD 


WILLIAM LEROY MADEN 


MARY JACQUELINE 


HARRY CHAPMAN 


B.S. 


B.A., M.A. 


MARSHALL, B.A., M.A. 


MILLIGAN, B.S. 


Mathematics 


French 


English 


Mathematics, Athletics 




CHARLES HAROLD 

MITCHELL, B.A., M.A. 

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CHARLES JEFFERSON 

MORRISON, B.S. 

Science 



JO-SEPH RUFUS MOSELEY RUTH GREGORY McAULIFFE 

B.S., M.S. B.A., M.A. 

Mathe77iatics Latin, History 




MILBRA MAE McGAHEE JOSEPH JEFFERSON NIXON SARA WINNIE OVERSTREET AUBURN GABELLE OWENS 
4-yr. College Certificate B.A., M.A. BjS. B.A. 

History Economics, English French English 






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Y OSGOOD READ 


LOUIS EDWARD REESE 


JOHN SHEALY REISER 


LAWRENCE ROLLINS 


Ph.B., M.A. 


B.S.C. 


B.S. 


RICHARDSON, B.A., M.A 


English 


English 


Chemistry 


History 




JOE MAYS ROBERTSON 


GEORGE MILTON SCOTT 


VIRGINIA FIELD SMITH 


PAULINE P. STEVENS 


B.S., M.A. 


B.A., B. Litt>M.A. 


B.A., M.A. 


R.N. 


Mathematics 


English 


Guidance 


Nurse 




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GRACE STRAUSS 

B.A., M.A. 

History 



CHESTER McKINLEY 

SUTTON, B.A., M.A. 

English 



JOSEPH LeCONTE TALLEY CORNELIUS BROOKS 

B.S., M.S. THURMOND. Jr., Ll.B., Ll.M. 

Physics Government History 





RUBY CLOER TURNER 

B.A. 

Distributive Education 



MILDRED MARY VON 
KAMP, B.A. 
Com')nercial 



SHELBY LEE WALLACE 

B.A., M.S. 

Human Biology, Zoology 



MARGARET VIDETTO 

WHITE, B.S. 

Social Living, Hom.e Making 




ARTHUR LEONARD 

WILLIAMS, B.A. 
£co?io»nics, Citizens/iip 






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GROVER BENTON 
WILLIAMS, B.A., M.A. 
G7iida7icc, iWat/ie7?iatics 



MARGARET BEVERLY 

WOOD, B.A. 

English 



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BARBARA OWENS 



BILL DREW President 

BARBARA OWENS --_ Vice-President 

BILLY DYE Secretary-lreas-arer 

BOBBY BAGGOTT ._ Council Member 





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BILLY DYE 





ALICE AARONSON ROBERT T. BAGGOTT 

ROBERT A. BAKER MARGARETHA LOUISA 

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WILLIAM J. BRANAN STEVE E. BRETT " MARY ELLEN BROWN WILSON J. BRYAN 



TH.ADDEUS MACK 
CARLTON 




RICHARD M. CARTER 
MARTHA CAWLEY 

JANE ELLEN CLONTZ ANNE DASHER 

NEIL GHINGOLD BURUM W. GRAMMAR 



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WILLIAM E. DREW WILLIAM DYE THOMAS LATNBR 

LOIS SUE HALE MARY ANNE HARBESON LLOYD B. HAVIRD 





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MARTHA E. HIERS 








JAMES A. HOWARD 


BKITY ALLENE 


MARY JOE 


VIRGINIA MAY JUE 


CODA WILSON ELLEN ROCKER MARTIN 


JBHSTKINS 






LEFLER 


GLADYS PATRICIA 


RICHARD S. MYERS 


CAROLINE ELIZABETH 


BARBARA JEAN OWENS RAYMOND THOMAS 


MEIRE 




McGAHEE 


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JOYCE VIRGINIA MARY ANNE SMITH ETHEL L. SMITH 

RUSHTON 



HARVEY LEE 
STIREWALT 



GEORGE THERON 

SUMMER 



JOSEPH LeCONTE CONSTANCE EILEEN WILLIAM W. 

TALLEY TANT THOMPSON 



JOHN DANIEL VOSS, Jr. RALPH WONG 





LEWIS T. BECKUM 



THEO ELIZABETH 
MacMURPHY 



PATRICIA MANGUM 



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TIAII{ 1971 — PLACE — Luxuriuus Suburban homes in llonganville at the corner of 
-Ruft) Street and Ghinsfold Avenue. 



"I was just thinking- Imw much things ha\'e changed since we graduated, twenty years 
ago. For a while things went as expected. Graybill l^ecame president; and, with Brett as 
Secretary of State, the Russians soon came to terms. An international army was formed 
under Bill Thompson and Wesley Bailey. Wilson Bryan and Dick Myers became million- 
aires as the result of an oil strike in Hephzibath and scientific progress continued with the 
perfection of the to operation for ptomaine by Walter Rose and Harvey Stirewalt. 

I became editor of the "Talking Turkey" and assisted Sir William Branan in the publi- 
cation of the account of his search for King Solomon's Mines ar lund Waynesbom. Bill 
iJye and Barinowski made the first trij) to the moon and discovered Thurston Thompson 
and Drew already there, surrounded by moonwomen. Connie Tant became famous for her 
portraits of Mary Joe and Mrs. Hefler, the international spies, and Lataner Folk won 
reknown for his sketches of Bowery Characters like Norman Williams and Ralph Wong. 
Every 4th of July we are treated to Alice Aaronson and Jane Ellen Clontz's rendition of 
Senator Kaufman's famous sj^eech, "The Harrisburh Address." The only blots on the rec- 
ord were Tally, wlio wound up playing the piano at the Zoom Club, and Havird, who went 
to sea and became a smuggler. 

Then came the revolution! The women of the w.irld rose and threw us out of every 
j b except lieing husbands. With Theo as dictator and Barbara Owens and Caroline Mc- 
Gahee heading the secret police, we were helpless. Gladys and Loes Sue took over science 
but succeeded only in producing a Toni for bald headed women. Ellen Martin, W.C.T.U. 
leader got Clarks Hill changed from "that bad word" to darn. Carol\n Turner and Maggie 
Bowick were named on the Olympic Canasta team, and Billie Mullan and Shirley Pardue 
became the heads of the C.I.C). and U.M.W. resjjectively. .\dmiral Dasher finally captured 
Tlavird and his henchmen. Summer, Carton, and Grammer. 



I, however, have enjoyed this revolution. I have my sixteen children to do all the 
work, and when Fve seen Eugenia off to the office, I can spend mv dav editing Mr. Huff- 
man's GRE.AT work, THE I.IFE OF SOU.^XTO. Right now Ini going to put out the 



garbage for Baggott and go l)ack to bed. 



Signed, 

The Third Man 



\\'e, tlie Si)])lionu)re Class of the Junior College of Augusta. 1951, heing of tired physical health 
and warped mind, do hereby declare this our last will and testament. 

Item 1. I. Lloyd ll.i\ir(l. do hereby lea\e to Gene Kelly my ability to ask dumb and simple que.s- 
tions at the most unpredictable times. 

Item 1. 1. Caroline McGahee. leave tcv Hetty Xor\ ill mv abih'tv t > talk teachers out of Monday tests 
in hopes that she will do better than I. 

Item 3. I. \'oss. leave my easy charm, my way with women and my gray hair to John Langley, who 
also raises ulcers as a hobby. 

Item 4. We. Margare'.ha }>oA\ick. Anne Dasher and Eugenia Hiers, leave to Glenda Rooks our abil- 
ity to talk in the library and get someone else thrown out for it. 

Item 5. We. Sumner and Mac Carlton, bequeath to Senior Howard the Pluperfect Tense in hopes 
that he will !)e able to find a use for it. 

Item 6. We. the I'hysics Class of 1951. do hereby leave LeConte Talley's black, superpcnvered, 
streamlined "Model A" to Professor Talley so that he may he able to "drive on." 

Item 7. We. .Mice .\arsonson. Jane Ellen Clontz. and Lois Sue Hale, do will and bequeath to Sara 
Galloway. Lee ( )ra!uler. and Jackie Shipman our outstanding ability to study together and 
learn nothing! 

Item 8. I. l)ill Branan, do hereby leave to Mr. Dolyniuk one case of "Hadacol" so that he may be 
able to pep up his classes. 

Item 9. I. Geradline Pardue. do leave to Footie Etheredge my ability to travel to the lunchroom 
everyday fifth period even though I have an English Class. 

Item 10. We. Bob Baggott and Claude Graybill. leave our blinding speed to Jacky "Sweetheart" 
Rcrdgers and Joel "Rabbi" Cohen so that they can pace the 1952 basketball team to another 
undefeated season. 

Item 11. We, Wilson Bryan, Bill Dye and Walter Rose, who have been kicked out of the library 
everyday for the last six years, do hereby, for Mi^s I'ailie's sake, leave! 

Item 12. I. Tommy Folk, leave my ability to draw, especially flies, to Bert Anderson and all good 
commercial students. 

Item l.v I. .Martha Cawley. do will and bequeath to- Bertie Coursey my inherited ability to get 
along with Mrs. Hall. 

Item 14. We. Connie Tant, Laura Gauthier. Gladys Meire and Carolyn Turner, highly So])homores 
having English in Room 209. do leave to all lowly Freshmen with the same fate our choice 
bo.x seats at "Sutton's Si^eedway" — races held e\ery Tuesday, W'ednesday and Thursday — 
starting time j^romptly at 12:35. 

Item 15. We. Pat Manguni and Barbara Owens, do will and be(|ueath to any two industrious Human 
Biology students our ability to leave lab at three o'clock in order to get a ride home. 

Item 16. I, Joyce Rushton. do will and bequeath to DeBrada lirown my ".\'s" in Spanish. 

Item 17. We. the Sopohomores of Zeta Rho Sigma Sorority, do will and bequeath tO' the Freshmen 
( f the same sorority our ability to all talk at once, disagree on every matter, and then all pile 
in one car and go home. 

Item IcS. I. Itillie Mullan. do will and be(|ueath ni\' ahilitv to he noticed and heard at all times to 
Gw}im ()flnni. who always ti])toes around meekly and unoticed. 

Item 19. I. Shirley Pardue, do will and bequeath to Wanda Malthews my ability to stay at home and 
_\et get an excuse from Mr. Hardv. 

Item 20. I. Je-m Bowick. do will .-nul becpicath my de>k in shorth;ind cla>s tii Betty Higgenbotham 
in hopes that she will enjoy it -is much ■i'^ 1 did. 

Item 21. I. I'".tliel Smith, do will and bequeath m\- ])osition as .Miss Smith's secretary to any cajialile 
student. 

Item 11. We. I';etty Jenkins and I'.aliy Knox, do will and l>e(|ueath to \nv j.(.'..\. Freslunan our ability 
to misbehave in class (es])eciallv Commercial Liiw i and still exenqit. 

Item 23. We. the Sophomores in the .\'av,-il Rese rve, leave. 

Signed, sealed and delivered (C.lt.D.) in this \ ear nineteen hundred and fifty one. 

Witnessed by : The Sophomore Class 

Barbara Owens 



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GENE KELLY 



OZIE BRANTLEY 



AUSTIN GILULAND 



President GENE KELLY 

Vice-President OZIE BRANTLEY 

Secretary-Trensurer __ AUSTIN GILLILAJSTD 




CHARLES ADKINS SHIRLEY ALLGOOD -. MARGARET ANNE 

ANDERSON 



CLARENCE 
BARINOWSKI 


DAVID BARNES 


MARJORIE BARTLETT 


JOAN BARRETT 


BARBARA BARTON 


BARBARA BENNETT 


OTIS BENTON 


BILLY BERRY 


NELL WINN 
BLANCHARD 


JAMES BOATWRIGHT 


BETTE R. BOGESLOV 


PAUL BOLAND 


HERMAN BOLTON 


GARY BOSTICK 


MACK BOWEN 


JEAN BOWICK 


LOUIS BOWICK 


EMORY BRACKMAN 


OZIE BRANTLEY 


RICHARD 
BROTHERTON 




DeBRADA BROWN 

ROBERT CADDELL 

NEIL CALLAHAN 

P. AMY CAMPBELL 



RUTLEDGE CARPENTER 
STUART CASHIN 
WEBSTER CASON 
NANCY E. CLARK 



BERTIE COURSY 

TONY DAMIANO 

LOIS DOZIER 

JANIS DuBOSE 



MARTHA DYE 
ELIZABETH ERICKSON 

FAERY ETHEREDGE 
FRANCES C. EUBANKS 



SHELTON EUBANKS 

BILLY EVANS 

RODGERS FEESE 

RICHARD FENDER 




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OPHELIA FIELDS 

DENNIS FOSTER 

SARA GALLOWAY 

AUSTIN GILLILAND 



BARBARA GLASS 
JEAN GRAHAM 
DICKIE GRIFFIN 

DAVID GRIMAUD 



ED GROOVER 

HERBERT WILLIAM 
HATTAWAY 

JAMES C. HAYES 

BETTY HELMLEY 



GLENDA HENDERSON 

BERNARD HENRY 

OMAR HENSLEY 

JACK HERRINGTON 



WELFRIED HERZIG 

BETTY HIGGINBOTHAM 

BILLY HILL 

WILLIAM R. HOGAN 



BETTY JO HORNE JACKIE HUNTER ROBERT HUNTLEY 

NATHANIEL JAMESON MARJORIE JENNINGS JEAN JOHNSON 



GENE KELLY 
BETTY LUCKEY 



MORGAN LAMB 
MARY LUCKEY 



JOHN LANGLEY 
ALLAN MATHEWS 



FRANK HURT 

SARA PRANCES 
JOHNSON 

BOBBY LEE 
BARBARA McLEAN 








ALBERT HUYCK 
JOHN JONES 

ANNE LIVINGSTON 
PERRY McLEAN 

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BEVERLY McMICHAEL 


CHARLES MacMURPHY 


BILLY MITCHELL 


BARBARA MULKEY 


TONY MULHERIN 


JANE NEWTON 


BETTY NORVELL 


GWYNNE ODUM 


LYNN OGDEN 


JEAN OLIVEROS 


LEE ORLANDER 


VERDERY OTWELL 


ANNE PARISH 


LOU ANN PENLAND 


GLORIA PHILLIPS 


DAVID PLAYFORD 


ERNEST POWELL 


MARY FRANCES 
RAMSBOTHAM 


ESTELLE REGOPOLOS 


GLENDA ROOKS 




HELEN SAUNDERS 



BILLY SCOGGINS 



MARVIN SEARS 



GEORGE SHEFTALL 



JACKIE SHIPMAN 



THOMAS C. SIMON, JR. 



BETTY JEAN SMITH 



MARION SMITH 



ROBERT SMITH 

BILLIE JEAN STONE 

CAROL SYMMS 

JOE TEAGUE 



MARJORIE JANE THOMPSON 
THURSTON THOMPSON 
HOWARD TIMMERMAN 

MIRIAM FAYE WESTBROOK 



THOMAS W. WHEATLEY 



JOHN WHITTLE 



STEWART WIGGINS 



ERNEST WOODWARD 




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BERT ANDERSON 

JAMES BURCH 

DON CAPSTICK 

JOEL COHEN 



LEE FUSSELLE 

BILLY MAMN 

JOE MULHERIN 

NORMAN THOMAS 




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TOMMY HERNDON 



NATH HAYES 



DOLORES LOGAN 



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PRESIDENT _...-T( ).MMY HERNDON 

\' I C E- P R K S 1 1) K X T :.. N ATH HAYES 



SECRETARV-TREASl'RER DOLORES LOGAN 




HAROLD FRANK ADAMSRICHARD WADE ADAMS JAMES A. AGERTON EUGENE C. AT. T.F. N BETTY JO ANDERSON 




ROY ANDREW ANDERSON 



MARQIA ANSTED 



CHANDLER ARNDT 



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RONALD H. ASBELL 



GENEVA ATKINS 



LUNA JO AYERS 



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EARL L. BABBITT 



FRANK B. BABBITT 



CARL F. BAGBY 



EUGENE BAGGOTT 



ROBERTA BAILEY 



WILLIAM G. BAILIE 



PATRICIA BAKER 



ANNETTE BANKS 



SHIRLEY BANKS 





SHIRLEY BARFIELD 



RICHARD F. BARRETT 



DORIS BEARDEN 



BARBARA BECKNELL 



MARY BECKNELL 



PATSY BEELAND 




BBITY BEESON 



MARY BELGER 



AGNES BENNETT 



BETTY BENNETT 
CAROL BENNETT 
NANCY BENNETT 



NAOMI BENNETT 



DONALD A. BERRY 



DOROTHY BETTS 



DONALD N. BLACK 



JAMES BLACKSTONE 



OLIVER C. BLANCHARD 




JtM'ikiM 



WALLIS C. BLAND 



BEVERLY BLEMKER 








GRADY BOLTON 






EDWARD WAYNE BOOSE 



MARION EARL BOYD 



EDWARD BRANDON 



JULIAN H. BRACKMAN 



KENNETH BRAUM 



PATRICIA BRICKLE 



ROBERT BROWNING 



MARGARET BROV/N 



GEORGE ALLEN BROXTON 



FRANK THOMAS BUCK 



RODERICK W. BUCK 



BETTY BUFFINGTON 




ALAN W. CAMERON 



JAMES H. CAMERON 



ANN CANIPE 



MARY WALTON CACRPENTER 



JOHN G. CARSON 



GLENN ANN CARLTON 




HERSCHELL V. CARR 



MARILYN CHAMBERS 



RAYMOND EARL CHAVEL 



JOE A. CHEELEY 



BARBARA CLARK 



THOMAS CLYDE 






CLARK HOWELL COBB 



BEVERLY O. COCHRAN 



BETTY COHEN 




ROBERT F, COLE 
ANN COI^MAN 
SUZY COLLINS 



CHARLES D. COOK 



WILDER C. COOK 



JULIA COOPER 




SARA CORBIN 



MARY ANN COSEY 



CAROLYN CAWARD 



SHIRLEY CRAWFORD 

BETTY CROOK 

CAROLINE DAVIS 



CLAUDE E. DAVIS 



KENNETH DAVIS 



EVELYN iRUTH DANFORTH 



PATTI DENT 



STANLEY E. DORN 



EDWIN L. DOUGLASS 



RUTH ANN DOZIER 



ANOBLINE DREW 



PATRICIA DUNAWAY 



STANUEY DUNN 



ELDEN H. DYE 



MARGARET DYE 



MAURICE E. EDENFIELD 




BARBARA ANN EUBANKS 



BOBBY GENE EUBANKS 



WARiREN R. EUBANKS 



BOBBIE JEAN FARR 



ROBERT C. FISHER 



STARKEY FX.YTHE 




JOHN PRESTON GILLION 



MARY GLEATON 



PATRICIA GLADIN 



EMMA L. GOODWIN 



THOMAS W. GOODWIN 



CARRIE GREENE 



LAURA GREGORY 



PEGGY JEAN GRIMAUD 



WILLIAM ARTHUR GRIMBLEY 



DONALD R. FORD 



RICHARD A. FORRESTER 



BILL M. FULCHER 



MARY ANN FULLERTON 



GLORIA GANUS 



THURMOND GAY 



BETTY GRIMSTEAD 

BURNIE J. GUY 

MARGIE GUY 



DAN HALL 



JACK HALL 



PATSY HAMILTON 



JOANNE HARBIN 



RANDALL D. HARDAWAY 



EDWIN HAROELIK 



EVELYN HARMON 



GEIRALDINE HARPER 



GRACE HARRIS 



HELEN HARIRIS 



JAMES F. HATCHER 



NATH T. HAYES 





SHIRLEY HEATH 

DIXIE HENDRIX 

THOMAS HERNDON 



RAYMOND TRAVIS HIGGINBOTHAM, JR. 



JOANHIUL 



KATHBRINE HILL 



MARIAN HILL 



THOMAS EZEKIEL HILL 



WILLIAM A. HITT 



R. L. HIXON 



RONALD H. HOBSON 



JACK C. HODGES 



VIRGINIA LEE HOFFMAN 



J. WILLIAM HOLDEN 



ANNE HOOVER 



EDNA HOOVER 



ROBERT HORNE 



ROSALIND HORNE 



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SHIRLEY WEBB 



MICHAEL WHITTLE SHIRLEY WILLIAMS 



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MARY H. WHITTAKER VIRGINIA WILCH£K RUSSELL C. WILLIS ROBERT WOODWARD 



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^ci^t TiJcii and ^e^Uuite^t o^ tAc 

vVc, the class of 1951. having been the first hi,trh school seniors to partake of the joys of co-education in Augusta, 
do hereby make the followinsj bequests to the underclassmen who will find themselves filling our shoes Next Year 
and occupying the well-worn l)enches in the fifty odd (some of them extremely odd!) classrooms (jf old ARC. 

Without further ado the graduating class does herewith leave the fi Howing generous bequests: 

Item 1 — We. Betty Beeson and Sarah Anne Owen, leave our unrivaled ability for being caught on the third floor 
of the YMCA to Dot Owen and Frances Hett in hopes that they can think of better excuses than we did 
for being there. 

Item 1 — To his l)ri;ther jimmy. Danny Cook leaves his football pants, so that he will be assured of a nice warm 
seat I n the bench next year. 

Item 3 — I. Mary Whittaker. bequeath my everlasting worry of: "\M11 I ever get out of high school" — to anyone 
who is as doubtful as I was about the answer. 

Item -J — Bob Jumji leaves hi- unfailing ability to knock his hat nff with his sabre during parades to Prentice 
Peabody. 

Item 5 — We. Helen Harris ^nd Be tv Bennett, do bequeath to the incoming Tri-Hi-Y Presidents our gavels, in 
ho]ies that they will develop muscles in their right arms as strong as ours. 

Iteiu 6 — I. Paul Higginb tham. leave my e!cctnc buzzer to Jack Hall in hopes that he will "buz around" as I did. 

Item 7 — I. "Chuckles" Havird. bequeath my chuckling chuckles to any chuckler who can chuckle. 

Item 8 — I. Ronald i^ibson. leave the sparkling diajnonds upon my shoulders to Keith Charles. 

Item 9 — I. Shirley Heath, do will to Beverly Bassford my ability to leave home at 8:45 and still arrive at school 
in one piece at 8:45. 

Item 10 — I. Bunny Cohen, hereby leave the distinction of being the only talking rabbit on the track team to any- 
body who can qualify for it. 

Item 11 — To Kitty Dessauer. we. Betty Cohen and Mary .\n\\ Ci sey do will and bequeath our unequaled ability 
for seeking vital information from the schedule cards in the office, so that she will l)e a walking informa- 
tion bureau like us. 

T'em 12 — I. \\". C. Cook, leave my good looks to Billy Fair in hopes that it will enable him to get a date. 

Item 13 — I, Caroline Kuhlke. do will and bequeath the stepladder that I use to reach my locker to Beverly Farr. 

Item 1-1 — I. Billy Philpot. bequeath my Junior Birdsmen's tin wings to Harvey Brown in hopes that he will keep 
his wing tips off the ground. 

Item 15 — W'e. Caroline Davis. Mariam Hill and Angie Drew. leave our ability to Sweet Talk teachers and still fail 
to sc;me poor Tubmanite. 

Item 16 — To Billy Bass, Richard Barrow leaves all his abilities on the gridiron. 

Item 17 — I. Libby Crouch, leave my uncanny ability to accidentally run into Frank Babbitt everwhere I go to who- 
ever enjoys it as much as I do. 

Item 18 — I. Cene Baggott. bequeath my ability to make Mrs. Turner say : "You're just trying to be smart, boy !" 
to any D. E. student. 

Item 19 — We. Sister Carpenter and Cella Howard, do will and bequeath our ability to pass Chemistry and still 
know nothing about it — to some up-and-coming Tubmanite. 

Item 20 — I. Earl Chavel. leave all my attem])ts at song-writing to Angus W^ilson. 

Item 21 — I. Bev Rlemker. do will and bequeath my parking place at the top of Bransford R. hill to anyone whose 
c:ir has battery troubles as often as the "green hornet' does. 

Item 11 — Warren ruil)anks leaves his managerial ability to whoever may want to slave for the Acdemv five or 
eleven. 

Item 11 — We. Moo Moutos and Mo Morris, do will to any Richmond Rat our abilitv to speak fluentlv in French 
class (not French) — and not get caught. 

Item 2-1 — To Mr .Bolton. Keeneth Braun leaves his Math 45 "e.xam". to cherish in his old age. 

Item Iz' — We. Marilyn Chambers and Sara Chace. bequeath our ability to get along with ;Mr. Sutton to any one 
of his next vear's students. 



Item 26 — I. Doughty King, leave my Honor Guard Stripes to Jerry Thomas Lowe. 

Item 27 — I. Barbara Bundscho. gladly leave my seat in Mr. Hain.s' Algebra class to anyone who is brave enough to 
take it. 

Item 28 — I. Thomas Goodwin, leave my duties as Master of Ceremonies for the Junior Birdsmen performances to 
R. A. Holiday. 

Item 29 — Joe Ann Cheeley leaves her ability to make an A-plus in history under Mr. Richardson to Barbara Clark. 

Item 30 — I, Carl Carn, leave my one worldly possession, my drum, to next year's lucky drummer. 

Item 31 — We. Glen Carlton and Ann Canipe, Iiequeath our short cut t i Chemistry class to any underclassman who 
is energetic enough to find it. 

Item ?>2 — To Alan W. Cameron, James H. Cameron leaves his ability in .Arithmetic. 

Item 33 — I. .Ann (Jxner. will to Langdon Atkins my extra units in hopes that he will graduate someday. 

Item 3-1 — I, Douglas Seiffert. leave my reserved seat in Detention Hall to any deserving and ambitious young stu- 
dent. 

Item 35 — I. Carol I'urcell, leave tii Elaine Kilduff my ability to always pass with a 70 average. 

Item 3f) — I, lack Hodges, will my very gond hair and also my height to Kenneth ]Merry. 

Item 37 — I, Barbara Matheny, do will and bequeath to Betty .Ann AIcKie my knife to enable her to cut thruugh 
the smoke in the Girl's Lounge. 

Item 38 — Brad Bennett leaves his ability to stay in trouiile to Jules Godin. 

Item 39 — To the cop at the Augusta Drive-In, Bev Cochran leaves his best wishes and a much brighter flashlight. 

Item 40 — I, Robert Bailey, will to Jimmy Bardin my seat in History class so tha he may rock hiinself to sleep. 

Item 41 — George Rollins, Alfred Alowery, and Zeke Hill leave their photographic abilities to Elmo Cason. 

Item 42 — We, Maryanna Redmond and Pegge Marriott, do will and bequeath to Joyce Fricks and INIary Leightoti 
our seats together in Alusic Class in hopes that they can make better harmony than we did. 

Item 43 — I, Chick James, leave my ability to stay in A. R. C. for five years to W^ayne Dye. 

Item 4-1 — Donna Rigdon leaves dear old Richmond to all the future Army brats. 

Item 45 — We, Nath Hayes and Tommy Herndon, leave to Jack Po]j]jeIl and Billups Johnson our abilities to be 
athletic ; to get along with the girls ; and to keep that hammer swinging. 

Item 46 — I, Carol Bennett will to Patricia Cooney my ability to start arguments in class with Air. Morrison and 
end up failing the course. 

Item 47 — I. Dan Entwistle, leave my two "Hot-Lips" — suitable for wetting spitballs — and my nickname, "Meat 
Whistle" to Tom Mixon. 

Item 48 — Alary Belger leaves to Ann Williams and Joanne Ford her ability to get along with Air. A. L. Williams. 

Item 49 — Edo Douglass wills to Butch Alulherin his basketball uniform, in hopes that it will be a perfect fit. 

Item 50 — We, A'lartha Hemstreet and Connie Tabb, leave to anyone i^ur ability to fuss and fight through kinder- 
garten, grammar school, and high school, and still remain friends in the end. 

Item 51 — Tommy Douglass leaves two 50-Calibre Alachine guns and a box of firecrackers to Senior Howard as 
personal protection against the "Batman." 

Item 52 — W"e. Jimmy Johnson and Honver Lanier, do will and bequeath our abilities to be great football stars to 
Johnny Menger in hopes that he will someday make first string varsity. 

Item 53 — We. Kuglar, Barrow, and Bobb\- Eubanks leave 35 cents to start a fund to buy a bicycle for Ctmch Alilli- 
gan, so he can ride when his wife has the car. 

Item 54 — Hayword Woodward leaves his connections to Conroy Hudknv in hopes he can get a job in the Alilitar^- 
C)ffice next year. 

Item 55 — I. Alendel Silbert, do leave — Period, end of report. 

Witnesses : Signed and attested before me this forty-fifth dav of 

Harvey February, for the graduating class of "1951". 
"The Thing" 
"Big Love" BEA* BLEMKER 



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TIME— the future PLACE— .Milled,!--eville 

W'e enter a padded cell. There is a little fat man inside, with strange eyes that speak of 
strange things like lo\e, adventure, and third-strin ;' varsity. The man speaks, "Though 1 sit here, 
enntined to this cell, I'll never forget what happened last year. I easily escaped and boarded the 
train for Augusta. ".Ml out for Augusta!" the conductor cried. At last I was nearing my destina- 
tion. Though there had been a few curious glances from the passengers, e\ erything seemed to be all 
right so far. Hut as I stepped off the train. I was appr.iached by Geraldine Harper and Bob Lamar, 
wearing white coats and carrying butterfh- nets. I turned to flee but tripjied and hit my head on the 
curbstone. When I recovered, I was standing in front of Home Folks. I immediately recognized 
Tommy Herndun, a little fatter, but the same old Tommy. I almost asked him if he had run into any 
referees lately, but thought better of it. Tommy w-as excited because Danny Cnok, Larry Walker, 
and EldonDye, renowned moonshiners had had a run in with the police in Raleigh. All escaped but 
Eldon. who couldn't run fast enough. As Tommy moved away muttering something about bells, I 
l)ought a paper and saw that Richard Barrow now owned his own alligator farm, and that Bev 
Cochran had taken over the A. R. C. Track Team. Speedy finally retired. On the back page was a 
notice for a bout between Katie Hill, southeastern wrestling champ, and Joanne Harbin. Miss North 
Augusta. I also noticed that Bill Dye, basketball referee, had been caught in a bribe given him by 
Starkey Flythe. head of an international gambling syndicate. 

Al)Out tiiat time Paul Hair approached. I gave him the old j. B. salute and started talking. 
Paul told me that Alickey Crouch had finallv made good as balcony usher at the Rialto. He said 
Connie Tabb was still looking for a man. Some people never learn. He also said that Ronald Hob- 
son, Hoot Gibson, and Lyman Williams were still somewhere in Korea, although the war had been 
over for twelve years. These seci:nd lieutenants never learn, either. I paid Paul a fond farewell and 
boarded a bus for the hill. I sat down in what I thought was an unoccujjied seat, but soon discovered 
jack Hodges sitting under me. After I scraped him uj) and set him in ni_v lap. he said he and Stanley 
Kent finally made the Globetrotters. }5etty Bennett had just come tu Augusta, fresh from her job as 
societv editor of the Dogpatch Gazette. He told me Sarah Owen had a nervous breakclnwn right after 
the 1951 Rainbow came out and hasn't been quite ri.gh since. 

.\nd finally, as the bus approached Kings Way Drug Store, Jack said that Ed Brandon and 
W. C. Cocik had manned the first rocket to the moon in 1955. They haven't been heard from since — 
found some moonwomen, I guess. I got off the bus and was nearly run down while crossing the 
sjreet. I didn't recognize the driver as A. G. \'ernon until I caught the aroma of wood alcohol. I saw 
a new joint, Wardlaw's Place, had just been built. I guess Louise made good after her supersalesman- 
ship with the annual. I entered and noticed Xat'i H'lyes, with his feet propped up on a table, sip- 
])ing a soda, .\fter the deluge was over. I let down my umbrella and went over to speak to him. He 
said Richard Hixon had won the 9-ball championship from Hoover Lanier. .\s Xath slurjjed. I 
thumbed through a s])orts magazine and saw that Suzie Morris. June Mvrick. Kathleen Smith and 
Anne Oxner had made the .\il-.\merica Foo:^ball team. Gad. what is the game coming to." Xath 
said David \'oss had made a slight scientific slip up at the H-Bomb Plant and South Carolina and 
])arts of Georgia had seceded frr]m the unii>n. 

.•\s I was admiring, the stuffed Goodwin h'UT;ini: < ver the calendar wi'.h Marilyn Chambers' 
l)icture on it. I noticed Mariam Hill tending the bar. She tuld me that P.ev Blemker was Augusta's 
new political boss and Fulcher had finally gotten a j"b as .\. R. C. water boy. Pearson got a severe 
case of the blacks and nearly died. I left just as the floor show, featuring IMarcella Howard and Mar- 
tha Hemstreet as fan dancers, started. Jack hall was there, and hasn't missed a performance yet. 

just as I arrived downtown in front of the .Miller, where lUmny Cohen was starring in a re- 
vival of "Harvey", all went black, and shortly I found myself in bed, looking up at Dr. Zack Kilpat- 
rick. He said tliat I had suffered a slight confusion of the brain, but would si on be well enough to re- 
turn to my cell and my basket-weaving. 

Signed 

Billy Philpot 

with hel|> from the junior I'irdsmen of .\ugusta 






AGEE, VIVIAN 
ALFORD, SAMUEL THOMAS 
ANDERSON ALICE MERIAM 
ANDERSON, HARRY J. 
ATTAWAY, SARAH LIZZIE 
AUTRY, NORMAN M. 
BAKER, ELDRED 
BASSFORD, BEVERLY LEE 
BIRD, GEORGE L. 
BOYETTE, MARY C, 
BROWN, J. L. 
BULLARD, SHIRLEY, R. 
BURNS, PEGGY (Mary Sue) 
BUSCH, VIRGINIA C. 
CARTER, DONALD F. 
CARTER, LAWRENCE M. 
CASON, MARTHA LEE 
CAWLEY, JOSEPH W. 
CHARLES. KEITH W. 
CLARK, ANSON LYLE, JR. 
CLARKE, CORNELLIA MAE 
CLARK, MARK RUDOLPH 
COLUNS, SUZZANE 
CONNELL, BILLIE SUE 
COONEY, PATRICIA 
COUCH. KENNETH G. 
COVINGTON, HERBERT A. 
CURRY, RICHARD 
DAILEY. BETTY JO 
DAMREN, JEANNE 
DAVIS. BETTY P. 
DAVIS, LEON N. 
DAVIS, LOUIS P. 
DRAKE, EDWARD LEE 
DRUMMOND, EDWARD L. 
DUNCAN, THOMAS O. 



DURDEN, TONY L. 
DYSON, BETTY JO 
EBERHART, CHARLES M. 
EPPERSON, MARY E. 
EUBANKS, WILLIAM E. 
FAIR, MARGARET 
FINLEY, CLYDELLE 
FOSTER, WINTON MARIE 
FRICKS, JOYCE 
GAY, JUNE 
GIBSON. HOOT F. 
GOODWIN. JEAN A. 
GORDON, M. P. 
HALL, A. 
HANCOCK, J. W. 
HARRISON, S. 
HAUGHEE, D. A. 
HELMLY, E. C. 
HEMRICK. W. T. 
HENDERSON. M. C. 
HETT, F. 

HIGHTOWER, MARY A. 
HOLSTON. CYNTHDV 
HOOVER, HAROLD B. 
HORNE, MARY A. 
HOWARD, CLARENCE G. 
HOWARD. HETTY K. 
HURT, AMOS E. 
HUSON, GEORGE G. 
JARRELL, CHARLES T. 
JONES, MILDRED LOUISE 
JORDAN, JAMES BRUCE 
JORDAN. JOSEPH 
LAVERTY, BETTY J. 
LEE, WILLIAM M. 
LEIGHTON, MARY D. 

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LEIGHTON, STELLA 
LEWIS, HAROLD WAYNE 
LOWRY, RUDY 
MACK, BENNIE THOMAS 
MARKS, ANN TILLMAN 
MARSHALL, PATRICIA L. 
MASON, RALPH WILLIAMS 
MAY, MARTHA 
MEDLIN, BETTIE 
MILLER, JACQUELINE 
MIMS, LORENZO T. 
MOCK, BETTY E. 
MOORE. TRACY R. 
MORRIS MARGARET 
MULHERIN, WILLIAM B. 
MURPHY, CHARLES A. 
McDANIEL. BILLIE 
McKIE. BETTY ANN 
NETHERLAND, DOROTHY 
NEWMAN, MARGARET 
OWEN, DOROTHY 
PATE, SILAS 
PEARSON, BETTY JEAN 
PETERS, JEAN 
PHILLIPS, FRANK 
PHILLIPS. JESSE 
POPPELL, JACK 
POWELL. MARY 
PUTMAN, RICHARD 
REPKA. MORRIS PETER 
REEVES. DORIS L. 
ROSIER, HOWARD G. 
RICHARDS, DAVID B. 
RICHARDS. DEANNE 
ROWLAND, JAMES E. 
SANDERS, MARGARET E. 



SCHNEIDER, HENRY B. 
SCOTT, TIMMONS E. 
SHARPE, ANNIE P. 
SHARPTON, JAY WILLIAM 
SIMMONS, SHIRLEY 
SHEPPARD. GERALDINE 
SMITH, DAVID P. 
STEPHENS, ALIEN 
STEWART, JEAN 
STURGIS, RICHARD S. 
TANKERSLEY, SARAH JANE 
THIGPEN, BETTY ANN 
TOUART, CATHERINE 
TOWNES. CELESTINE 
TUDOR, THOMAS EDGAR 
TURNER, ANA GENE 
USSERY, JAMES I. 
UTLEY. GLORIA 
VAN AUKEN, CARMEN 
WALL, CHARLES 
WALTERS, HENRY P. 
WATKINS, JACQUELINE 
WATSON, CARRIE 
WEAVER, MARIAN D. 
WELCH, GEORGE E. 
WIDENER, JAMES T. 
WILEY, JEFF CHESTER 
WILLIAMS. PATRICIA 
WILSON, ANGUS HEYWOOD 
WINNINGHAM, JUANITA 
WOOTEN, LARRY ALLEN 
WRIGHT, CLARENCE C. 
ZERV03, PETER WILLIAM 




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AD.\MS. BOBBY RUFUS 
ADAMS. JAMES 
AENCHBACHER, CHARLES A. 
ALLEN, FORREST 
ANDERSON. CHARLES D. 
ANDERSON, PRESTON TURNER 
ANDERSON. WILLIAM A. 
ASHE, WILLIAM LEHMAN 
ATKINS, STANFORD LANGDON 
BARDIN, JAMES JOSEPH 
BASS, WILLIAM THOMAS 
BELL, BILLY EUGENE 
BLACKMAN. JERRY DAVID 
BLACKSTONE. JAMES OTTO 
BOGOSLAWSKY, JERRY M. 
BOLLER, WILLIAM HAMBY 
BONHAM, CARLTON W. 
BOWEN, CHARLES 
BRABHAM, EDWARD L. 
BRAND, WILUAM ELLIOTT 
BROADWATER, ROBERT B 
BROADWATER, TOBIAS F. 
BROWN, GEORGE A. 
BROWN, GEORGE MAX 
BROWN, JACKSON H. 
BROWN. JOHN C. 



BF.OWN, RONALD R. 
BRYAN. WILLIAM WILSON, JR. 
BURGESS, ROBERT B. 
BURKHALTER, EDWARD L. 
BRINSON. GARY GENE 
CAMAK. JAMES D. 
CASON. BASIL E. 
CATO, LUCIUS B. 
CHAMBERS RICHARD C. 
CHANDLER. NEAL W. 
CHAVIS. LEN 
CLIETT, RONALD REID 
CONNOR, JAMES L. 
CROUCH, MICKEY M. 
CROUT, CLARENCE J. 
CULPEPPER, TERRY D. 
D ALTON. BURMAH D. 
DAVIS. DONALD IRVIN 
DAVIS, MOSE A. 
DAVIS, WALTER C. 
DILLMAN, RAYMOND R. 
DOZIER, ROBERT D. 
DUNCAN, JOHN T. 
DUNN, WILLIAM M. 
DYE. WAYNE 
EITNER, HERMAN 



ENG. BERT H 
EPSTEIN. JULIAN D. 
ERGLE. CHARLES J. 
FAIR, WILLIAM EVE 
FARRIS, JIMMY WALTER 
FENNELL. JAMES C. 
F:CKEN, CARL F. W. 
FLEMING, SAMUEL H. S. 
FORD, JIMMY J. 
FORD, WILLIE JOE 
GALE. WALTON D. 
GASKILL. WALTER E. 
GILES, WILLIAM D. 
GILLION, ROBERT E. 
GILSTRAP, LEROY C. 
GODIN, HENRY J. 
GOLDBURG, JAY B. 
GORE. ERASER W. 
GREGORY, JAMES S. 
GRICE. DUANE F., JR. 
GRUBBS, WILLIS G. 
GUNN, LEE EDWARD 
GUY, DAVTD LAMAR 
HALL. WILLIAM K. 
HARLOW, DENNIS LEO ' 
HARMON, CLARENCE E. 



HARMON, JAMES A, 
HARRISON. ALBERT J. 
HATTAWAY. THAD 
HERNLEN, FREDERICK G. 
KITE. DONALD B. 
HOBBS. C. JEROME 
HOLLAND, WILLIAM H. 
HOLLIDAY. REUBEN A. 
HOWARD, JAKE G. 
HUDLOW, CHARLES C. 
INGLETT. WILFRED L. 
INGRAM. LOUIS M. 
INMAN, TEDDIE DON 
JACKSON, RONALD T. 
JAUENSON. WARREN H. 
JEFFCOAT, TILLMAN S. 
JOHNSON. JAMES E. 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM 
JONES. DEAN HAZLIP 
KEEFE. PETE DEAN 
KELLERS. FRAJ^K 
KEMP, ALLEN H. 
KENT, JOHN \V. 
KERR. WILLIAM E. 
KIGHT, CHARLES B. 



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LAMB, JOHN WYMAN 
LAMB, ROBERT D. 
LANGHAM, CLINTON S. 
LASS, CHARLES M. 
LEE, JOSEPH D. 
LEE, JOSEPH M. 
LESTER. DAN B. 
LEVY, HARVEY L. 
LIGHTFOOT, JOHN WILLIE 
LOYAL, GEORGE E. 
LOO, MAY JONG 
MALONEY, GEORGE R. 
MALPASS, CHARLES T. 
MATSCHALK, STANLEY E. 
MARTIN, RUSSELL R. 
MARTIN, JAMES W. 
MASTERS, JOHN V. 
MENGER, JAMES M. 
MENGER, JOHN V. 
MITCHELL, ERNEST E. 
MITCHELL, RICHARD L. 
MIXON, THOMAS E. 
MOCK, GEORGE F. 
MOCK, JAMES E. 
MOODY, EDWARD F. 
MORGAN, JERRY LEE 
MORRIS, OLIVER T. 
MOSELEY, JOSEPH R. 
MOYER, DAN B. 
MULL, GEORGE H. 



MULLIS, ROBERT J. 
MYERS, DONALD L. 
McCASLAN, WILLIAM E. 
McDANIEL, ROBERT L. 
McLEOD, JOHN G. 
McMICHAEL, WILLIAM L. 
McNEAL, GERALD H. 
NELSON, JOE B, 
NEWMAN, RAY D. 
NEWTON, W. SYDNOR 
NIEHUSS, ORIAN 
NORRIS, SAMUEL D. 
OIAN, MARILYN 
ORR, CHARLES T. 
OWENS, JOHN R. 
PARRISH, CHESLEY R. 
PEABODY. ELBERT P. 
PENTON, DENNIS F. 
PHILLIPS, EUGENE M. 
PHINIZY, STEWART 
PIRKLE, JAMES J. 
POND, JAMES A. 
PORTWOOD, PAUL E. 
POUND, RONALD E. 
POWERS, GEORGE 
POWELL, FREDDIE L. 
PRATHER, WILLIAM S. 
PRICE, DONALD A.» 
PRICKETT, JOHN S. 
RABUN, ROBERT C. 



RAINES. J. A- 
RAMSBOTHAM, W. B. 
RATENBERG, MARY HELEN 
READ, WILLIAM R. 
READY, B. R. 
REESE. JAMES D. 
REESE, JERRY A. 
RIDDLE, EDWARD H. 
RILEY, ODELL L. 
ROE, ALLEN D. 
ROSENTHAL, STANLEY H. 
ROWE, ROBERT A. 
ROWELL, HERMAN L, 
ROZAK, SANDRA L. 
iRUFO, PAUL T. 
SALLEY. MAHON B. 
SAPP, WALLACE 
SANDERS, HENRY V. 
SCARBOROUGH, ROY 
SELLEARS, MONTE MILTON 
SHE AD, JAMES E. 
SHORT, GEORGE W., JR. 
SIMON, HUGH J. 
SMITH, HAROLD C. 
SOJOURNER. NATHANIEL W. 
STANFORD, E. ELLIOTT 
STAVRO. GEORGE R. 
STEINBERG, MAURICE L. 
STILL, RICHARD H. 
STILLMAN, HERMAN G. 



STRINGER, BENJAMIN 
SWAN, DAVID L. 
THOMPSON, WILLIAM C. 
THOROUGHMAN, T. V. 
TUMLIN, MARIE JOYCE 
U3RY, THOMAS C. 
VANN, RICHARD D. 
WADE, ARTHUR, JR. 
WALKER. CARL L. 
WALLER, JOHN W. 
WALL, EDWARD V. 
WALTON, ROBERT E. 
WARD, DANIEL P. 
WARE. FRED A. 
WARE, OSCAR L. 
WATERS, RUTH 
WATKINS, CHARLES A. 
WEATHERFORD, JOHN R. 
WHATLEY, WILLIAM L. 
WHITEHEAD, HUGH P. 
WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM E 
WHITTLE, W. CLINT 
WILLIAMSON, HENRY 
WILLINGHAM. WILLIAM 
WILSON, HENRY D. 
WILSON, CLAYTON 
WOODS. WILLIE F. 
WOODWARD, CARL T. 
ZUCKER. MICHAEL D. 



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ADAMS, BDLLY E. 
AKINS, GEORGE W. 
ALEWINE, ROY J. 
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM E. 
ALLEN. JOHNNY R. 
AMERSON. EDWARD 
AMERSON, RONALD R. 
AMERSON, THOMAS A. 
ANDERSON, JAMES D. 
ANDERSON, HARRY K. 
ANTOPOLSKY, JtJLES N. 
ARRINGTON, CHARLES R. 
ARTHUR, HARRY B. 
ATWOOD, THEODORE O. 
BAILEY, FRANK I. 
BAILEY, JOHN S. 
BAILIE, ANDERSON C. 
BAXRD, DUDLEY N. 
BAKER, EDDIE L. 
BAKER, WILLARD R. 
BALLARD, DURWOOD L. 
BARNES, LEWIS M. 
BARTON, WILLIAM F. 
BEASLEY, DON J. 
BELL, CHARLES L. 
BELL, DONALD K. 
BENNETT, JOHN F. 
BENNETT, JOSEPH R. 
BISHOP, JAMES T. 
BLACKWELL, VERDY D. 
BOLES, BERNARD E. 
BOULUS, NORMAN P. 
BOURN, LESTER L. 
BRACK, GORDON M. 



BRANTLEY, BOBBY 
BRIGHAM, W. B. 
BRINSON, JOHN F. 
BOWMAN, JENNINGS B. 
BOWMAN, OTIS, JR. 
BROWN DANIEL 
BROWN, FLOYD L. 
BROWN. GROVER J. 
BRUNKHURST, WILLDUVI L. 
BRYANT, ROBERT FRANK 
BUNCH, BOBBY B. 
BYRD, CHARLES F. 
CANNADY, WILLIAM J. 
CARROLL, RICHARD A. 
CARTLEDGE. PIERCE L. 
CAVADEL, GENE C. 
CHAMBERS, WINTHROP A. 
CHEONG, BENSON 
CHRISTIAN, BOBBY H. 
CLIETT. ATTICUS B. 
CLIETT, WILLIAM D. 
COLLINS, JIMMY M. 
COOK, JAMES R. 
COOLER, JOSEPH W. 
COOPER, CLIFFORD E. 
CORLEY, EDWARD A. 
COSNAHAN, JOHN T. 
CRAWFORD, RICHARD R. 
CRAWFORD, TOMMY N. 
CROCKETT, PAUL T. 
CROFT, JOSEPH B. 
CROWE, EDWARD L. 
CULPEPPER, BERRY C. 
DICKS, JOSEPH L. 



DOOLnriE, EDWARD 
DOZIER, HAROLD P. 
DUKES, JOSEPH SIDNEY 
ENGLISH, DORLAND E. 
ENGLISH, LEWIS M. 
ESTROFF, MALCOLM CARL 
FAGLIER, RICHARD W. 
FARMER, WAYNE 
FAULK, DONNIE DEWTTT 
FELTON, JOE BERT 
FERRELL, CHARLES J. 
FIELDS, WILLLAM HENRY 
FINLEY, JAMES PHILLIP 
FOSTER, JOHN DEWEY 
FULCHER. BENNY ROY 
FULCHER, SIM BELL 
GAULDIN, GARY H. 
GIBSON, WALTER, E., JR. 
GLADIN. RAS ERBIE 
GLAZE, JAMES A. 
GLISSON, GENE A. 
GOODWIN, WILLIAM T. 
GRIFFIN, NORMAN W. 
GRICE. RICHARD C. 
GROVER. HUGH F. 
GUERIN, COURTLAND V. 
GUY. RAYMOND. W. 
HALCOME. DAVID L. 
HAMBRICK, CHARLES A. 
HARPER. WALTER R. 
HARRIS, ROY VINCENT 
HARRISON, DESSEY L. 
HENDERSON, GEORGE S. 
HENDERSON, JAMES L. 



HENDERSON, ROBERT G. 
HENDERSON. WILLL\M P. 
HEWETT, CRESTON R. 
HILLIARD, RUFUS E. 
HOLDEN, JAMES R. 
HOLLAND, PIERCE O. 
HORT, JOHN HENRY 
HOWARD. FRANK O. 
HOWARD, GLENN H. 
HOWARD, WALTER S. 
HOWELL, CHARLES D. 
HOWELL, JULIUS E. 
HUFFMAN, JACKIE W. 
INMAN. ANDREW J. 
JAMES. WELDON W. 
JENKINS, CHARLES M. 
JENNINGS, JOHN C. 
JENNINGS, RICHARD W. 
JOHNSON, BILLUPS P. 
JOHNSON, GENE F. 
JOHNSON HIRAM G. 
JOHNSON, THOMAS D. 
JONES, ARTHUR W. 
JOYNER, ROBERT S. 
JUE, PAUL R. 
KELLY, CHERRILL B. 
KING. CHARLES E. 
KIRKLAND, GERALD 
KIRKLAND, HERBERT E. 
KIKER, GEORGE E. 
KIGHT. JIMMIE O. 
KOSS, CHARLES H. 



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LAMPKIN, WILLIAM T. 
LANIER. FRANK J. 
LAW, R. E. 
LAW, WILLIAM F. 
LAUGHLIN, RICHARD 
LEOPARD, WILLIAM H. 
LOGGINS. E. C. 
LOWE, JERRY T. 
MADDOX, W. E. 
MALCOLM, LLOYD H. 
MALCNE, W. T. 
MARTIN, HAROLD 
MATTHEWS, MARION B. 
MEEKi, ROY L. 
MELTON, WILLIAM C. 
MERRY, KENNETH H. 
METTS, RONALD F. 
MILLER, D. FORD 
MILLS, GLEN W. 
MIMS, H. A. 
MIMS, H. 
MINNICK, J. H. 
MULHERIN, R. M. 
MURPHEY, B. T. 
MURPHY, J. W. 
MURPHY, T. A. 
McCOY, E. A. 



McELMURRAY, B. S. 
McKETTECK, BILL T. 
NEAL, D. C. 
NEWMAN, L. A. 
ODOM, L. H. 
OELLERICH, J. E. 
OVERCASH, C. S. 
OXNER, W. R. 
PARNELL, S. D. 
PARTRIDGE, W. K. 
PATTERSON. F. E. 
PERDUE, J. S. 
PETERS, BILLY 
PITTMAN, L. D. 
PLAYFORD. G. A. 
PLUNKETT, E. M. 
POTTER, J. W. 
RICE. KENNETH EUGENE 
PUCKETT, FRANK CHAPMAN 
QUEEN, FRANK THURMOND 
READY, JULIAN THOMAS 
REESE, CHARLES MATHER 
REESE, JOHN RALPH 
REGOPCLOS, ARTHUR EVANS 
REYNOLDS, BILL FRANKLIN 
RISTEEN, HARDY ALLEN 
ROOKS, JAMES EDGAR 



ROSE, FRANCIS LEWIS 
ROUNTREE, JACK WADE 
RUFF, DONALD OSCAR 
BATCHER, ERNEST BLAND 
SCHMIDT, BERRY HYDEN 
SCHRAMM, GEORGE 
SEAMAN, JOHN WESLEY 
SHAPIRO. NORMAN IRVINE 
SHELTON, LLOYD CRANSTON 
SILVER. HERBERT BERLIN 
SIMKINS, GEORGE BRYAN 
SIMMONS, WILLIAM HALL 
SIMS. BOBBY FRANK. 
SIZEMORE, P. CLARENCE 
SMITH, D. MAURICE 
SMITH. GERALD EBEN 
SMITH, ROBERT FULTON 
SMITH, WILLIAM EDGAR 
SPEARMAN, CHARLES FRANK 
SPIVEY, CARL TIMMONS 
STANDRIDGE, ROBERT L. 
STANFORD, R. G. 
STELLING. MAC CLAY 
STORY, THOMAS CLIFFORD 
SWANCY, WALTER GEORGE 
SWANCY, WILLIAM ROY 
SWORDS, RALPH EDWARD 



TEASLEY, BOBBY OSCAR 
THOMPSON, C. ALEXANDER 
THOMPSON, J. DeVAUGHN 
TICE, GERALD WILLIAM 
TOMPKINS, BENJAMIN JONES 
TRAPNELL. JOSEPH BRYSON 
TROWER, JOHN EDWARD 
TURNER, BEN. T. 
WADDEY. MARION LIONEL 
WALKER, ELLIOTT BOZEMAN 
WALKER, JIMMY DBAS 
WELLS, BILLY JOE 
WELLS, BUTLER, THEODORE 
WEST, WILLIAM ROSCOE 
WHITE, ROBERT LEWIS 
WIDENER, JACK KY 
WILHELM, WILLIAM ALFRED 
WILSON, MILLARD JOSEPH 
WINNINGHAM, ROBERT 
WONG, EDWARD 
WOO, EDWARD 
WOO. HOWARD 
WOO, WILLIAM McKINLEY 
WORTHAM. THOMAS WAYNE 
WRIGHT, JAMES HASTON 
WRIGHT, RONALD PATRICK 
WYNN, AUGUSTUS LEE 
YOUNGBLOOD, C. WAYNE 







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MAJOR VIVIAN 



MAJOR HOLMES 



GEORGE B. VIVIAN, Major, Cavalry, PMS&T Virginia 
Military Institute 1939, B.S., Overseas Service: China- 
Burma-India Theater, Bronze Star, Special Breast Order 
of Yun Hui (China), Army Commendation Medal. 



JAMES D, HOLMES, Major. Infantry, Asst. PMS&T. Ten- 
nessee Military Institute, 1932. Overseas Service: Euro- 
pean Theater, lOlsl Airborne Division. Japan, 11th Air- 
borne Division. Purpla Heart. Bronze Star, Presidential 
Citation, Belgian Fourragere, French Croix de Guerre. 



Master Sergeant Paul W. Dennis First Sergeant 

Master Sergian: Harry J. Frear Instructor 

Sergeant Rex S. Rapier Administrative NCO 

Sergeant First Class Walter Edge _^ Ass't. Instructor 

Sergeant First Class David W. MuUins Ass't. Instructor 




DENNIS 



FREAR 



EDGE 



RAPIER 



MULLLMS 



'^e^cmcHt^ Sta^ 



GIBSON 




HOBSON 



MISS FLEMING 





MISS CHAMBERS 



HIGGINBOTHAM 




ROWLAND 



vVtn 

MISS MENGER 




MISS HIGGINBOTHAM 




JUMP 



MISS PARRISH 



WOODWARD 



MISS DYE 



.A*'*. 




^e^Cw^ental Sta^^ 



COLONEL RONALD H. HOBSON 

MISS FLORRIE FLEMING, Sponsor 

MAJOR H. F. GIBSON 

MISS MARILYN CHAMBERS, Sponsor 

MAJOR R. T. HIGGINBOTHAM 

MISS BETTY HIGGINBOTHAM, Sponsor 



MAJOR J. E. ROWLAND 

MISS ANNE MENGER, Sponsor 
CAPT. R. G. JUMP 
MISS ANN PARRISH, Sponsor 
CAPT. H. L. WOODWARD 
MISS ANN DYE, Sponsor 







TOWNER 



MISS RICHARDS 



KILPATRICK 




1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 




CAPT. M. E. TOWNER 

MISS ANN RICHARDS, Sponsor 

1ST. LT. Z. M. KILPATRICK 

2ND. LT. W. L. McCRARY 

2ND. LT. R. E. POSS 




McCRARY 



3RD PLATOON 



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'4' 




TANKERSLEY 



MISS NOiRVELLE 



BAILIE 



CAPT. W. G. BAILIE 

MISS BETTY NORVELL, Sponsor 

1ST LT. L. A. WOOTEN 

1ST LT. A. L. TANKERSLEY 

2ND LT. L. T. McCORMACK 

2ND LT. A. R. JONES 




JONES 







1ST PLATOON 




3RD PLATOON 



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ANDERSON 



MISS HARRIS 



DOUGLASS 



CAPT. R. A. ANDERSON 
MISS HELEN HARRIS, Sponsor 
1ST LT. E. L. DOUGLASS 
2ND LT, L O. WILLIAMS 
2ND LT. W. L. WATKINS 





WILLIAMS 




1ST PLATOUi\ 




2ND PLATOON 




3RD PLATOON 




CAPT. R. S. RILEY 

MISS GENIE PERKINS, Sponsor 

1ST LT. K. W. CHARLES 

2Ni:> LT. J. W. MIXON 

2ND LT. J. E. HALL 

2ND LT. W. MULHERIN 



1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 









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■^ii 




3RD PLATOON 



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A" COMPANY 




"C" COMPANY 



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OHEESBOROUGH 



MISS OWEN 




PRINCE 



MISS PRINCE 




JONES 



MISS PURCELL 



PEABODY 



MISS THOMPSON 




TfC^tA^ (^%^e ^attalc/^^ S^^H 



CAPT. F. W. CHEESBOROUGH 
MISS DOROTHY OWEN, Sponsor 
1ST. LT. L. K. PRINCE 
MISS GLENDA PRINCE, Sponsor 



1ST. LT. J. G. JONES 

MISS CAROL PURCELL, Sponsor 

1ST. LT. E. P. PEABODY 

MISS BARBARA THOMPSON, Sponsor 




PUTNAM 



SMITH 




13T PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 









1ST LT. R. W. PUTNAM 

MISS BEVERLY SMITH, P.ponsor 

2ND LT. E. L. DRAKE 

M/SGT. J. S. BAILIE 

M/SGT. J. D. ANDERSON 

M/SGT. B. C. CULPEPPER 



MISS HETTY HOWARD, Sponsor 
M/SGT. D. L. HALCAME 

M/SGT. J. T. LOWE 
M/SGT, D. L. HARRISON 




1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLA'jOON 




yRD PLATOON 




1ST LT. M. P. REPKA 

MISS JEAN GRAHAM 
Sponsor 

M/ISGT. R. G. STANFORD 

M SGT. W. A. WILHELM 

M/SGT. R. P. WRIGHT 



GRAHAM 



REPKA 




1ST PLATOON 




END PLATOON 




3RD PLATOON 



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"E" COMPANY 





•F" COMPANY 




"G" COMPANY 




7^ 



SV^^t^ 



McGAHEE 



MISS HAVIRD 




ROSIER 



CAiPTAIN O. O. McGAHEE 

MISS CONNIE HAVIRD, Sponsor 

1ST UEUTENANT T. C. ROSIER 

2ND LIEUTENANT R. E. WALTON 




ROTC BAND 




Sa&ie ^icd 




RONALD H. HOBSON 
President 

MARVIN E. TOWNER 
Vice-Preyident 

LYMAN O. WILLIAMS 
Secretary 

ROY A. ANDERSON 
Treasurer 

OLUE O. McGAHEE 



VIVIAN 




COLONEL R. H. HOBSON 1ST LT. 

MAJOR H. F. GIBSON 1ST LT. 

MAJOR R. T. HIGGINBOTHAM 1ST LT. 

MAJOR J. E. ROWLAND 1ST LT. 

CAPTAIN M. E. TOWNER 1ST LT. 

CAPTAIN W. G. BAILIE 1ST LT. 

CAPTAIN R. A. ANDERSON 1ST LT. 

CAPTAIN R. S. RILEY 1ST LT. 
CAPTAIN F. W. CHEESBOROUGH 1ST LT. 

CAPTAIN O. O. McGAHEE 1ST LT. 

CAPTAIN R. G. JUMP 1ST LT. 

CAPTAIN H. L. WOODWARD 1ST LT. 



Z. M. KILPATRICK 1ST LT. 

L. A. WOOTEN 2ND LT. 

E. L. DOUGLASS 2ND LT. 

K. W. CHARLES 2ND LT. 

A. L. TANKERSLEY 2ND LT. 

L. O. WILLIAMS 2ND LT. 

E. P. PEABODY 2ND LT. 

L. K. PRINCE 2ND LT. 

J. G JONES 2ND LT. 

R. PUTMAN 2ND LT. 

M. P. REPKA 2ND LT. 

J. C. WILEY 2ND LT. 

2ND LT. 



T. C. ROSIER 
W. L. McCRARY 
R. E. POSS 
B. J. McCOMACK 
A. R. JONES 
W. L. WATKINS 
J. W. MIXON 
J. E. HALL 
W. B. MULHERIN 
R. C. WALTON 
R. R. DILLMAN 
W. DYE 
ED. DRAKE 




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EIFLE TEAM 



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FRANK W. CHEESBOROUGH Team. Captain 

LOUIS K. PRINCE President 

LYMAN O. WILLIAMS Secretary 

WILLIAM S. PRATHER Treasurer 

SAM S. FLEMING Chaplain 



LYMAN O. WILLIAMS 
WILLIAM G. BAILIE 
WILUAM W. BRYAN 
JAMES J. PIRKLE 
SAM S. FLEMING 
ANGUS H. WILSON" 



FRANK W. CHEESBOROUGH 
LOUIS K. PRINCE 
DARNELLE IVEY 
WILUAM S. PRATHER 
JAMES D. CAMAK 
ROBERT L. PLAYFORD - 
*Manager 



State ^^titfrcatt^^iii. 




SGT. EDGE, Coach 




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M. E. TOWNER 

H F. GIBSON 

J. E. ROWLAND 

R. T. HIGGINBOTHAM 

A. D. ROE 
S. S. FLYTHE 
W. SHEPPARD 
W. H. HOLLER 
R. S. STURGIS 
M. R. CLARK 



R. G^ JUMP 
J. C. WYLIE 
A. R. JONES 
G. L. BIRD 

T. F. BUCK 
Z. J. H0BB3 



Commander 

_ Platoon Sergeant 

Guide 

Guidon Bearer 



S. E. DORN 

A. M. COHEN 

R. A. ANDERSON 
L. O. WILLIAMS 



-Squadron Leader 
-Squadron Leader 
..Squadron Leader 
-Squadron Leader 



W. L. WATKINS 
H. D. WILSON 
S. R. KARE3H 
D. B. LESTER 
N^ W. SOJOURNER 
H. V. SANDERS 

SGT. FREAR, Instructor 



B. E. WOODWARD 

A. H. WILSON 

W. C. BLAND 

F. W. CHEESBOROUGH 

F. R. PHILLIPS 

R. A. ROWE 

J. D. JONES 



A. L. TANKERSLEY 

O. O. McGAHEE 

D. M. KING 

J. B. GOLDBERG 

R. B. LOWRY 

W. C. DAVIS 

R. R. DILLMAN 




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ROBERT WALTON . 
RUFUS MALONEY 

P. T. ANDERSON 
WILLIAM ANDERSON 
JOSEPH BENNETT 
NAOMI BENNETT 
BILLY BRUNKHURST 
BILLY BRAND 
ROBERT BURGESS 
DAN BROWN 



Vres'idenl 
Vice-President 



DENNIS HARLOW Secretarxj 

RICHARD NEVILLE ^JTreasurer 



CARL CARN 
RICHARD CHAMBERS 
BOBBY CHRISTIAN 
RICHARD CRAWFORD 
THOMAS CRAWFORD 
MICKEY CROUCH 
WALTER DAVIS 
PATRICIA DUNAWAY 



DAN ENTWISTLE 
JIMMIE FENNELL 
LOUIS INGRAM 
LEE RILEY 
OLLIE McGAHEE 
RUSSELL MARTIN 
MARION MATTHEWS 
RICHARD MITCHELL 



THOMAS MIXON 
RICHARD NEVILLE 
THOMAS ORR 
JOHN OWENS 
FRANK REEDER 
EDWARD RIDDLE 
BETTY ROE 



T. C. ROSIER 
WALKER SOJOURNER 
J. H. THOMPSON 
DELORIS WALKER 
H. P. WHITEHEAD 
CHARLES WATKINS 
MELVIN BLOODWORTH 



STANLEY ROSENTHAL ORIAN NIEHUSS 




AWARD FOR 1950 — MAJOR HARRY C. SHERMAN 



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The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an award 
made annually by the Reserve Officers Association to the 
Cadet Officer of the ROTC UNIT who is judged to be the 
best soldier. The sabre is awarded in memory of Richard 
Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate of the Academy who lost 
his life in the football unifoi-m of West Point. 

In order for a cadet to win this sward, he must be not 
only an outstanding officer but also a capable and versatile 



student. Although there are no rigid requirements, cus- 
tom has bsen est;blished that the recipient of this award 
be a conscientious student, a proficient athlete, and a leader 
in class activities. The most conspicious similarity of the 
boys who have won this award is their character. With- 
out Exception these students have been first and foremost 
gentlemen. Thus the Sheridan Sabre has come to be the 
most coveted award that any Academy student can re- 
ceive. 



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The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre — Maj. Harry C. Sherman 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Sabre ___lst Lt. Ronald H. Hobson 

The American Legion Sabre Captain George W. Thomas 

The Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre Maj. Harry C. Sherman 

General Lenoard Wood Medal Maj. Harry C. Sherman 

C. W. Tully Trophy Maj. Harry C. Sherman 

The Cohen Medal 2nd Lt. J. Righton Robertson 

The Levy Medal Cadet Louis K. Prince 

Outstanding Member of the Band Captain Jack Wong 

Neatest Cadet 2nd Lt. C. N. Thomas 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Company won by Headquarters 

Company commanded by Capt. George W. Thomas 

Best Drilled Ninth Grade Company won by Company "G" 

Company commanded by 1st Lt. Louis S. Simon 



Best Drilled Eighth Grade Company won by Company "I" 

Company commanded by 1st Lt. Roy H. Simpkins 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Platoon won by -.1st. Platoon, Headquarters 
Company commanded by 2nd Lt. R. O. Johns 

Best Drilled Ninth Grade Platoon won by 1st Platoon, Co. "E" 

Company commanded by 2nd Lt. J. R. Roberts 

Best Drilled Eighth Grade Platoon won by 1st Platoon, Co. "L" 

Company commanded by 2nd Lt. R. T. Higginbotham 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Squad won by -Ist Squad 2nd Platoon 
Co. "B", Company commanded by Sgt. R. H. Nix 

Best Drilled Ninth Grade Squad won by _^3rd Squad 1st Platoon 

Co. "E", Company commanded by Sgt. C. A. Aenchbacher 

Best Drilled Eighth Grade Squad won by-_-3rd Squad 1st Platoon 
Co. "M", commanded by Sgt. D. Halcame 

Best Drilled Individual R O. T. C. Cadet Cadet L. K. Prince 

Best Drilled Individual. Ninth Grade Cadet D. B. Hite 

Best Drilled Individual, Eighth Grade Cadet J. R. Cook 




RICHARD HIXON 



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The memory of Richard Hixoii will always he held in close associa- 
tion with tlic character and manhood of Richmond Academy. Though the 
years may shadow the sadness of his jiassing, there is left for us an ideal — 
an ideal of Richmund men. 

To us, who knew and loved him. Richard will always be the true 
student, the youthful athlete, the clean sportsman. His years at Richmond, 
which formed a large share of the years that were all too few, are the heri- 
tage of his school. 

Since in life Richard uas such an active force in shaping the destin- 
ies of his teams and his school, he is placed here among his fellows; and their 
history, the following hoik of Athletics, is affectionately dedicated to his 
memory. 







MARSHALL J. FLOWERS. Jr. 
Assistant Football Coach 



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FRANK F. INMAN 
Basketball Coach 




HARRY C. MILLIGAN 
Athletic Director, Head Football Coach 




G. LANGSTON BOLTON 

B-Varsity Football Coach, 

Track Coach 



A. L. WILLIAMS 
Basketball and Baseball Coach 



C. E. BEARDEN 
Football and Basketball Coach 



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Left to right: 
HOBSON, Alt. Capt. Journal All-State 1st Team 
EUBANKS, Capt. Region 1st Team, G.I.A.A. 2nd Team 
LANIER. Alt. Capt. 





Lt'tt to right: 

JOHNSON, Regional 2nd Team 

HALL. J. 

KILPATRICK 

DOZIER 

HERNDON, Regional 1st Team 




CHEERLEADERS 

1ST ROW — Bennett, Gilliland, Tabb, Banks. 
2ND ROW — Lee, Baggott. Wright, Baker. 



Although iiut\vei.<;he(l, Riclmiuml phiyed a hard foug-ht game againist G. 
M.A. on .September 15. G.jVI.A. .scored in the second (|uarter and Richmond 
was stopped on the two-yard line as the half ended. Standouts were John- 
son, Menger. James. Dozier and Babhitt, in the backfield; Cochran. Eubanks. 
Hobson and Fulcher, in the line, in a game ending 7 to for G.M.A. 

On September 11 (_il\nn and Richmond met in a game that was a thriller 
from beginning to en<l. With llerndon scoring twice and some beautiful 
running by Johnson, Richmond defeated the "Red Terrors" 20 to 6, Menger. 
Dozier. Eulianks and Cochran played their usual rugged game. 

On September 29 Richmond travelled to Charleston to take a 14 tu 



'f.iJl 






victory from the Charleston team. After a slow start the team began "click- 
ing'" as "Bull" Dozier and Frank Babbitt scored the winning touchdowns. 
Monger was excellent in the backfield and the whole line turned in a fine 
performance. 

After making the long trek to Colunilnis. Richmond failed to score until 
the second half, when Dozier and Johnson sewed up the game with a touch- 
down apiece. Menger and Babbitt also showed up well in the backfield, and 
Langdon Adkins did a fine job holding the line. The final score was Rich- 

ni(ind 13 and Jordan 7. 

It was Richmond's day tii "Mow 'em down" as the Musketeers "wallop- 
ed" Commercial of Savannah, 45 X<> l,i l^seryune ])ia}-ed. and Richiuond ran 
all over the field. Johnson and Lanier scored twice, and Frank Babbitt, 
Dozier, Menger. and Charlie Wall, tackles, "racked up" one apiece for a team 
that couldn't be stopped. 

Richmond won a hard-fought game over Benedictine of .'savannah on 
October 20. Although they had trouble stopping B.C.'s star. Joe Herpiii, 
the Musketeers were not to be denied, as Johnson, James, Herndon, and 
Menger each tallied to bring home a 26 to 12 victory and put the boys from 
Richmond one step nearer the region championship. 

vichmond played good ball, but Lanier was just too much for us to 
handle. Muddled signals, injuries, and "Red" Whitten spelled defeat for 






the Musketeers. Even thcjugh both Herndon and Cochran tallied for Rich- 
mond, the final score was 26 to 12 in fa\or of Lanier. 

Hoover Lanier had a "field day", as he scored twice on fifty-yard runs 
to help Richmond stop Riverside 33 to 7. Babbitt, Herndon, and Short also 
scored, and everyone played. The furward wall jilayed excellently, and James, 
Schneider and Alenger played well in the backfield. 

Herndon scored both Richmond T.D.'s as the Musketeers virtually 
clinched the Region 2 championship by beating Savannah 12 to 6. Jame's 
touchdown pass to Herndon was the best play of the game, and Menger and 
Hall also shone. Line stalwarts were Eubanks, Short, Fulcher, Babbitt and 
Edenfield. 

After a beautiful scoring run by Stan Johnson of Catholic High, Rich- 
mond came back to score and romp 26 to 6 over their arch rivals. The line, 
with Hobson and .Anderson at the ends, held like a wall, and Lanier, Menger, 
Johnson, and Herndon ran around the ends. The entire team played well. 
Menger won the most-valuable-player award. 

It was the same old story as Richmond met Lanier again in the state 
semi-finals. Richmond played a fine game, with Menger and .Anderson scor- 
ing for the Musketeers, but Lanier showed its power by piling up 25 points, 
to Richmond's 14. 



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"A" VARSITY 

FIRST ROW— Miller, Kilpatrick, Lamb, Ferris, Short, Cook, Chavis, Lanier, Philpot. 

SECOND ROW— Culpepper, Riley, E. Babbitt, F. Babbitt, Schneider, Steinberg, Herndon, Menger, Johnson. Dye. 

THIRD ROW— Edenfield, Atkins, Hobson, Wall, Brown, Hall, Fulcher, Hayes, Walker, Pamell. 

FOURTH ROW — Anderson, Eubanks, Mulherin, Dozier, Goodwin, Br.ndon, James, Kuglar, Barrow, Cochran. Haughee. 




B VARSITY 



FIRST ROW— Woods, Rowel. Reynolds, Still, Ford, Cook, Bowen, Tompkins, Mulpass, Lofman. 
SECOND ROW — Scarborough, Aenchbacher. CovinjUon, Wade. Hernlen, Estroff, Sims, Johnson, Grice, Hudlow. 
THIRD ROW — Odom, Mgr., Culpepper, Harrison, Steinburg, Loyal, Bailey, C. Anderson, D. Anderson, Lee, Pamell. 
FOURTH ROW— Metz, Adams. Burkhalter, Ford. Bass. Glisson. Rufo, Miller. 




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INMAN, Coach 



Scu&edM 



HERNDON 




A. R. C. BASKETBALL TEAM 





HALL 



MULHERIN 



BABBITT 




A.R.C. "B" TEAM 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Dick Grice, Griffin, Home, Levy, Duane Grice, King, Charles, Stein- 
burg, Putman, Scarborough, Stellings, Alewine, Ford, Grubbs, Mgr. 




KR.Q. 


"B" 


45 


— Graniteville 


23 


ARC 


"B" 


57 


— Bearing 


23 


ARC 


"B" 


27 


— N.A. 


29 


AKC 


"B" 


47 


— Co'.umbia 


40 


ARC 


"B" 


59 


— Aiken 


40 


ARC 


"B" 


35 


— L.B.C. 


24 


ARC 


"B" 


20 


— B.C.H.S. "B" 


22 


ARC 


"B" 


27 


— N.A. 


29 


ARC 


"B" 


32 


— Greenwood "B" 


16 


ARC 


•B" 


19 


— Evans 


35 


ARC 


"B" 


41 


— Dearing 


31 


ARC 


"B" 


32 


— B.C.H.S. -B" 


34 


ARC 


"B" 


44 


— Evans 


35 


ARC 


"B" 


45 


— Benedictine "B" 


33 


ARC 


"B" 


35 


— Savannah "B" 


57 


ARC 


"B" 


38 


— Greenwood "B" 


27 


Total 


59§ 


Total 


511 


WON 


-9 


LOST-7 






GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM OF J. C. A. AND ACADEMY 

FIRST ROW— Myrick, Home, Richards, Smith, Henderson, Murphy 
SECOND ROW— Belger, A. Bennett, Weaver. Bolton, Clark, Bennett, McGahee. 



Everything must have a good fmindation. This has been repeated by 
jus; al)out everyone who has ever set out to accomplish a task. Well, the 
J. C. A. -A. R. C. girls' Ijasketball team all agree that their admirable coach. 
Mr. Langston Bolton, is the one responsible for the success of the team. He 
laid a deep foundation with the confidence he showed in the team. 



J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 18— V.F.W. 38 

J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 28— Nurses 25 

J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 51— Wacs 23 

J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 31— M.SJ. 28 



J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 26— Legion 29 

J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 25— Evans 18 

J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 29— V.F.W. 38 

J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 57— Legion 29 



J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 25— Nurses 23 
J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 53— Tubman 18 
J.C.A. & A.R. C. Girls 53— Harlem 35 
J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 41— M.S.J. 36 
J.C.A. & A.R.C. Girls 41— Legion 23 




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Harry Milligan. A. R. C. tennis cuach has begun work with the 1951 edi- 
tion of the tennis racket wielders, with daily workouts at the Country Club 
courts. 

After a not-to-successful season in 1950 the team is expected to be aided 
greatly by two of its returners. 

Uudly^ Baird. Sam Fleming, Ed Moiody. and Butch Alulherin, also on 
the squad. 



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TRACK TEAM 

FIRST ROW— Gibson, Cohen, D. Cook, Dye, McGahee, Woodward, Lanier, W. Cook, Row- 
land. 

SECOND ROW— Herndon, James, Walker, Towner, Hobson, Stanford, J. Cook, Byrd, 
Silver, Johnson, Barrow, Eubanks, Kuglar. 

TENNIS— Region 2 AA Singles Championship (Dudley Baird) 

Jack Hall set a new record in the Pole Vault (12 ft. 1 ^'2 inches) 

State Record 





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PYLE 



A.R.C. TRACK TEAM RECORD 1951 
ARC. 781 2— Louisville 301 2— Greenwood 22I2— Aiken 21';- 
A.R.C. 51 '/2— Presbyterian Freshmen 7OV2 
ARC. 79— Dreher High 13— Columbia High 29 
A.R.C. 581/2— G.M.A. 63>/2 




FIRST ROW— Eubanks, Hobson. 
SECOND ROW— Cochran, Lanier, Herndon. 




HOBSON 




7?^^ 



BARROW 



A.R.C.'s cindermen had a succassful season in 1950 winning in meets with 
Aiken and Louisville; emerging the victor by 1/3 of a point against Rock Hill, 
S. C. ; taking Greenwood as Gene Kelley missed the school record by one inch 
in the High Jump; losing to a powerful U. of Georgia Freshmen team with 
Jack Hall and Bev Cochran copping first places in the vault and 440 yard dash 
respectively; and lastly against G.M.A. with Joel Cohen carrying off scoring 
honors in the 220 yard dash and Broad Jump. 

Though losing in the G.I. A. A. State Meet A.R.C.'s Jimmy Pyle broke the 
G.I. A. A. record in the Javelin with a 178' llyi" heave. 

A bright season is hoped for by the 1951 trackmen, who have their goal set 
on winning the State Championship. 





LANIER 



ELDEN DYE, BOBBY WOODWARD, DANNY COOK. BUNNY COHEN 




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Soi^iedail 




BAOGOTT 



COHEN 




Under the capable direction of Coach A. L. "Williams the 
"Jaguars" of the Junior College climbed to second place in 
the city league. When the basketball season ended they 
had defeated such teams as P&P Motors and Harlem: 

The team was sparked by Bob Baggott, Joel Cohen, 
Harvey Stirewalt, Claud Graybill, Gene Kelly, and Dennis 
Foster. 



1951 RECORD: 

JC.A. 57— Harlem 58 

JC.A. 28— Harlem 46 

J C.A. 36— S. T. R 53 

J C.A. 42— Friedman's 18 

J C.A. 40— P & P 36 

JC.A. 66— A.K.K. 20 

J.C.A. 42— Phi Chi 26 

J.C.A. 47— Thomson Ga. 43 

J.C.A. 27— Theta Kappa Pse 26 
J.C.A. 44— Thomson, Ga. __ 21 
J.C.A. 38— Phi Rho Sigma __27 

J.C.A. 39— Friedman's 33 

J.C.A. 31— S.T.R. 51 

J. C. A. 52— A.K.K. 44 

J.C.A. 45— Harlem 62 

J.C.A. 33— P&P 43 

J.C.A. 55— Harlem 45 

J.C.A. 55— Harlem 45 

J.C.A. 34— Friedman 12 

WON 12 AND LOST 6 




STIREWALT 



FOSTER 




JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAM 
FIRST ROW— Baggott, Stirewalt, Graybill, Rogers, Benson, Wright, Mgr. 
SECOND ROW— Kelly, Barinowski, Foster, Capstick, Griffin, WUliams, Coach. 




ORAYBILL 



ROGERS 



CAPSTICK 




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GOLF TEAM FOR 1951 
FIRST ROW— E. Douglas, T. Douglas, Brad Bennett. 
SECOND ROW— Ted Mays, Larry McCrary, Jimmy Raines. 
Not in Picture; Jake Howard, Charles Eberhardt. Richard Vann. 

REGION 2 AA CHAMPIONSHIP 
GEORGIA STATE AA CHAMPIONSHIP 
SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP 
WON 9; LOST 1 



1951 GOLF TEAM SEASON RECORD 

A.R.C. 16— Boys' Catholic High 2 

A.R.C. 121/2— Boys' Catholic High SVz 

A.R.C. 7 "2— Aiken High School lOVa 

A.R.C. 18— Savannah High 

A.R.C. 18— Athens High „ 

A.R.C. 18— Charleston 

A.R.C. 15— G.M.A. 3 




The links squad under the capable coaching of "Buck" Flowers are 
looking better than ever this year after placing fourth in the 1950 State 
G.I. A. A. meet. The team's head scorer is Larry McCrary, while the remain- 
der of the sqUEd is composed of Jimmy Raines, Brad Bennett, Ed Douglas, 
Tommy Douglass, Jake Howard, and Charles Eberhart. 



BENNETT 







BASEBALL TEAM 

FIRST ROW— Eubanks, Ehincan, Boose, Blanchard, E. Babbitt, Buck, Fisher, Ferris, Curry, 
Grice, Berry 

SECOND ROW— Woodward, Coach Williams, Anderson, F. Babbitt, Shead, Bland, Menger, 
Poppell, Ford, Arrington, Watkins. 




BERRY 




S<^^eJ&<M 



STATE A.A. CHAMPIONS (Baseball) 

REGION 2 AA CHAMPIONS (Baseball) 

SOUTH GEORGIA CHAMPIONS 
(Baseball) 

DIXIE HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS 

SOUTHEASTERN PREP SCHOOL 

CHAMPIONSHIP 



A.R.C. BASEBALL TEAM SCORES: 

A.R.C. 11— Graniteville 5 

A.R.C. 17— Aiken 5 

A.R.C. 2— Langley, Bath, Clear- 
water 11 



CURRY 

A.R.C. 19— Greenwood 2 

A.R.C. 17— Boys' Catholic High 3 

A.R.C. 4— Commercial High 1 

A.R.C. 12— Savannah 

A.R.C. 8— Boys' Catholic High 3 

A.R.C. 7— GJVI.A. 8 




FERRIS 





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FORD 



SHEAD 





GRICE 



.MENGER 




voss 




WILLIAMS 



OWEN 



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BOGOSLAWSKY 




COHEN 



SdiUxuiC Sta^ 



DANNY VOSS 



SARA ANN OWEN - 

LYMAN WILUAMS . 

ADRIAN COHEN, 
TOMMY DOUGLASS, 
BETTY BENNETT, 
DAVID PLAYFORD 



3.C.A. Editor-in-Chief 
^A.R.C. Editor-In-Chiei 
Military Editor 



.Athletic Editors 



BARBARA OWENS, 
BEV BLEMKER. 
BILLY PHILPOT, 
MARTHA HEMSTREET, 
MARCELLA HOWARD . 



.Literary Editors 



WOODBURY EINKER, 
DAVID VOSS. 
EUGENIA HIERS, 
ANNE DASHER 



.Activities Editors 



AL MOWERY, 
TOMMY HILL, 
GEORGE ROLUNS 




LATANER FOLK, 
CARMEN VAN AUKEN, 
JACKIE SHIPMAN, 



-Staff Photographers 



.Art Editors 



HELEN HARRIS, CONNIE TABS, 
KATIE HILL, JOY STOCKTON, 
CONNIE HAVIRD 



-Features Editors 



DONNA RIGDON, 
ELLYN BLAIR. 
BILL BRUNKHURST 

MR. J. J. NIXON 



Copy Editors 

.Faculty Advisor 



NIXON 




JERRY BOGOSLOWSKY Business Manager 

STANLEY ROSENTHAL, 

TED MAYS, 

CHARLES EBERHART Assistant Business Managers 

BILL MARATOS Advertising Manager 



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m 



BENNETT 



MARGARET FAIR, 

JOANNE HARBIN, 

THURSTON THOMPSON, 

MARCIA LEVY Assistant Advertising Managers 

EDDIE HARELIK Circulation Manager 



HARVEY LEVY, 
LOUISE WARDLAW, 
BRAD BENNETT, 
LLOYD HAVIRD _ 



. Assistant Circulation Managers 




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IHE RAINBOW STAP K 



"Guess Who 

Will Be 
Hon Cadet Col. 




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Only 


22 


Days 


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AUGUSTA C.I'.OKGIA VVhllxJItSllAY. l"l',l;KUAk-Y js, ln'.l 



Gold R Awards 
Won By Three 
Academy Cadets 



Hobbon, Rollins And Tnmn 

Douglass To Receive 

Coveted Emblems 



TJittif coveted Geld RV* -sym- 
boU ol .iil-'n>un£l activity— have 
bepn won hy Ihive moiv Academy 
cndtru.. ncrordtn^ to an ^mnounce- 
mont by C G Cordel.-. chaiiinan ol 
the Faculty Honon- Committee 

The trio who have just won thu 
Tvcugnition foi ihtir athii-venienls 
&rv Tommy Douelsss, sun of Mr and 
Mrs E I- Doviiil-'ss, of 2645 Hetu^ 
Strf-et: Roy C Rollins. »ud of Supt. 
and Mr^ R. E Rollins, of 1114 
Adi-uin Street, imd Ronald H Hoh- 
son, C.idvl U.-Coi. .mil Sgn of Col. 
and Mrs Howard M Hobson. of 3041 
Wnghtsboro Road. 

Earlier this year — back irv Novem- 
hei-^threo other i.-ndet.-v were honor- 
ed by elertion to membership in the 
Gold R Society; Adrian M Cohen. 
Zachary M Kilpauiclc. and OUie O 
McGahee. Jr 

Re^uirementa for membership in- 
clude ;i scholan'hip aw-'iage^ of 80 or 
belter, "points" for participation in 
various extra-curricular ,-ictivities, 
and churucter standards of a high 
type TTiete may be ^mother "elec- 
tion' before the samesler !» over 
Interested Academy seniors should 
list their flchievementa and make 
upplicatlon with Mr Conile 



Military Ball 

To Be Held April 27 



Only 58 days mor.- and the Hon- 
orary Cadet Colonel will be numed 
-t the Fourth Annual Military BM' 

The donee, to be held in the Mn- 
nicipal Auditorium on Friday nisht. 
April 27. IS under the spi^nsorship 
of the Srthre Club The oftieers are 
milking ever>' effon to obtain " good 
orchestTH for the big event 

The mam ;iUraction of ihc Mili- 
tary Ball h^^ ulways ticen the nam- 
ing of the Honorary Cadet Colonel, 
a f^Iection based on voting by all 
(he cadets, who vote for the girl.s 
of their choice two weeks before 
the dance The ten selected are 
brought onto the stage on the long- 
Hwaited evening and one e> n.-imed. 

Yes, rverybody is wondering who 
the Honorary Cadet Colonel for 1951 
will bo. 



"Correction, Please!" 

We offer our apologiefe for a num- 
ber of mistakes whicli appeared In 
■'A Page From the Officers' Album" 
m the laot issue of Thr Mti;tketeer. 

The n&me of Dorothy Owen, spon- 
sor for Cadet Captain Bill Checs- 
boiough, Appeared as Owen.t with an 
unnec&>^;)ry "s" at llie «nd of her 
name 

For liome unexpluirvable reacon, 




(Graduation To Be 
Different Affair, 
SaysMr.Markert 



Aiiditurium Stage Wont 

Stat The 400 Who 

Get Diplomas 



There'll bi- 



liLL.t:. HAi^as 



UAVID VOaS 



Helen Harris Is 'David Voss Named 
*Girr Valedictorian 'Bov' Valedictorian 



First "Gal ' To Represent ARC 
Has Fine Record 



Male Academy Honor Grad 
To Attend j C. A. 



The girl valedictorian ol Rich- 
mond Academy — the first on,; in 
the school's history of more than IS) 
years— this yesr is to bft Helen 
H:<rris d.iLighter of Mr and Mrs, 
J. M Harris, of 1117 Hickman Road, 
according to an ;innouncement by 
Pieiiident E W Handy 

Helen has bi-en active in many 
thmas— both at Tubmi.iv from which 
school she trMruterred this year to 
llu- Academy— and here in the Old 
Historic At Tubman she was a 
member of the Latm Club, the 
Spanish Club, the National Honor 
Society, the Quill and Scroll Journ- 
alism Society, ^nd tht' staff of the 
Tubman Times Al Tubmnn. too. 
she wvR a member of the student 
palrni, a member of the claa.s coun- 
cil, iind ihe tintk pint m tntrj- 
mural .tports She won the block 
and gold T Citizenship Award at 
Tubman her first year there, and 
the silver T at Tubman last year 

This year al the Academy Helen 
IS a member of the annual staff, and 
a membi-r of the Bi-ta Club While 
she has ntil detinitelv dr-iMilcl on 
the type of activity she will go in 
foi- ufter she gets her diploma this 
vi-.tr. it IS understooti that she in- 
tends to continue her education ishe 
hos not been "intervM-w-tl' about 
her plans yel, as this is Die first 
announcement of the f^ci ihiit shf 
IS one of the v.-ih-dicloriansl at some 
college, perhaps thr Jun'or College. 

Beverly Smith. «pon.sor. for Cadet 
Ll. Richard Putnam, was lusted as 
the sponsor for Cadet Lt Edward 
Drake- 

The clause sttitin)^ that Anne Men- 
|ger is the spunsor for Cadet Major 
IJ^mcs Rowland was omitted 

Of course, everyone miikea "mis- 
tiikes." but we hope th.it rto more 
tsuch mistakes will b*.' found in The 
yjuakeWi'T liny time won! 

-The Staff 



Tlie indlf meinl>or of Richmond 
Academy's "twin" valedictorian 

'team this year is David V Voss. son 

I of Mr ;nd Mrs. John D Voss of 336 

1 Ellis Street. 

Am^ouneemel^t of David's selec- 

■ tion for the honor o( speaking for 
the lioys of the Academy was made 

!by President E W. Hardy, after 

; fiHuivs compiled by C G Cordle of 
the Fatuity Honors Committee were 

j turned over to hnn. 

I D.ivid entered the Academy in 

j 1947 as n transfer student from De- 
catur Boys* High, when Ws father, 

I who IS commercial agent for the At- 

i lanlic Coast Lme Railway was also 

itiansferred to Augusta 

The Academy's masculine vale- 

Idictorian first suw the light of day 
in Sunders ville. Georgia, in 1934, He 
is a member of the Aciidetiiy Beta 

I Club, and is plannuiiT to take an 

] Arta course in the Junior CoUe^ 
before specializins In fuel, David 
was overheurd saying «rf>me time ago 
that he'd like to have a .scholarship 
Uj the Junior College Now that he 

; is slated to be one of the two high 
school valedictorians this year, there 
should not be much difficulty about 
th^i' 

D. E. Group Mopes 
To Bring Back Trophy 

I Members ot the UiNintmltv^ E.i- 
] ucation Progiam iil Richmond Ac..d- 
jemy are making preparations (or 

I I epreaentalion al the iinnual con- 
vention of the State Distributive 

I Education Clulxs. which is to b^ 
i held March 4-li -it the Dempsey 
Hotel in Macon 

Bitty Bennett, of the Richmond 
club, has been selected as master ol 
.eeremoniOT of the Georgia D E. 
' Clubs 

Apperamg also on the slate pro- 
gr.m will be Henry Walters and 



JCAVeledictorian 
Is Eugenia Hiers 



President Hardy Announces 
Award Of Honor 



The vHlediciotian lor the Junior 
College sophomores this year \s to 
be Martha Eugenia Hiers. aecurding 
to an announcement by President 
E W Hardy 

Nu figures are avuil.ible as tu how 
many boys and how many girls hai-c 
been accorded this honor since the 
Junior College began operations 
back m 1926 Perhaps the figures 
are about the Sime for each g'^'^^P 
Anyhow, when Mr Cordle's honors 
committee had fmished calculating 
the averages for all Junior College 
sophomores througli the middle of 
this ysar, there was no doubt about 

It: 

And. no doubt, Eugenia wtll have 
some mighty interesting things to 
s.ty to hor fellow grdduateis. after 
she casts about for a suitable topic 
for her lem.nks The J C A vale- 
dictorian, who is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs L. G. Hieis. at Peach 
Orchnrd Road, bus hi^ a straight 
A-i>lus average this year Incident- 
ally, she has been a valuable mem- 
ber of the Annua] staff for the past 
two ye:rs. At Tubman she was a 
member of tl>e Honor Society 

Next fail Eugenia expects to enlrr 
the University Ho.spitat for training 
as a laboratory technician. Beyond 
that, she's making no predictions. 



hanges m de' 
V.-.s, ihi^ year, i>ec..u^ ■ of the in- 
creased nuHkber r.i graduating stu- 
dents, there wi 1 be a few changes 
made in the gra lualion program. 
The Academy gruduating cl:ss now 
consists of both ho>.s and Rirls In- 
cluding Ihi- JuniLir Colt.-ge sopho- 
mores olid Academy seiuors, the 
number graduatmtj ^'iH be more 
1 than four-hundrt^i 

According to Mr Markert. the 
Iprogrdjn itself will be much the 
j same as before Tht,' main things 
I will be the short speeches by the 
valedictorians of each class, and the 
awarding of diplomas. Incidentally, 
this year, as noted elst where in this 
issue, there will be two high school 
valedletoruns. one boy and one girl, 
reprvsentinfj the Academy graduat- 
ing class, ^nd one valedictorian, to 
reprvient the Junior College sopho- 
more c1a£3. 

The graduation will be held at the 
Municipal Auditorium The grad- 
uates will sit in the first eight or ten 
rows downsLaira. since there is not 
room for them all on the stage The 
Academy boys wdl wear their uni- 
forms and the Ac. demy girls will 
wear white nylon robes The Jun- 
ior College graduates will wear blu* 
robes 



Music Appreciation 
Now Being Offered 



Singing Group To Begin Work 
Soon On Operetta 



Bill Lee Together they will pro- 
vide the music at the luncheon on 
March S 

This year the Richmond group 
has fixed its "sights" on the top 
iiwurd for club rtfpoitmg in "Trade 
Winds," th,> oflicial publicity organ 
of the Slate D E. Clubs. The local 
club has won this award for th»? pist 
two years. If the irophy is won 
again this ye. i by the local club it 
will become li e permanent projieny 
Of the Richmond elub. 



There is a "new look " and es- 
pecially a new "listen"~ln the mtisie 
classes this semester' 

In the first place, two new classes 
in Music Appreciation have been 
scheduled for those students who 
wish to become intelligent listeners. 
i The Richmond Choraliera, who 
previou.sly met on Monday nights 
;now have a class period in which to 
'"make music" The Trcl)le Clef 
jCIub. which 13 the girls' choir, meets 
! during the fourth period, while the 
i Choralierb meet during the third 

The sinking grfiups have been in- 
vited to present a program of re- 
'ligious music In as^-mbly prior to 
the Easter holidays Furthermore, 
j rvhearsals will begin very soon for 
the Gilbert tnd Sullivan operetta, 
"Trial by Jur>-." n. be presented 
, some time in the spring Keen in- 
tuTcsl is developing about this en- 
; tertainment — particualnrly with re- 
gard to those who will be chosen 
'for the principal singing p^rts. 



FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 

M. W. MALLARD Business Manager J. H. MILLS Business Manager 

J. H. MILLS -_- CircvXaiion Manager W. M, HILL __. Circulation Manager 

W. M. HILL Ass't. Circulation Manager WOODBURY RINKEK, Ass't. Circulation Manager 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

G. M. SCOTT 

A. G. OWENS 
MISS M. McGAHEE 



-Chairman 



Tftu^^icteen. Sta^ 



FIRST SEMESTER 

ROSLYN BOGESLOV 

BETTEJANE BARTLETTE 

T. L. FOLK 

BETTY BENNETT, BEV BLEMKER 



SECOND SEMESTER 

ROSLY BOGESLOV Literary Editor 

Literary Editor 

BETTEJANE BARLETTE Associate Editor 

-Associate Editor T. L. FOLK Cartoonist 

BUNNY COHEN Sports Editor 

Cartoonist 

BETTY BENNETT, 

Society Editors BEV BLEMKER Society Editors 



Carl Bagby, Eugene Baggott, Ellyn Blair, F. W. Cheeseborough, Kenneth Davis R. L. Elliott, 
Dan Entwistle. Paul Higginbotham, Doughty King, Bill Maratos, C. A. McKee. D. L. Play- 
ford, Jean Pitner, T. H. Rennison, Joe Reynolds, Donna Rigdon, H. G. Rosier, T. C. Rosier, 
T. E. Scott, Douglas Seiffert. Catherine Touart, Marian Weaver, Mary Whittaker, John 
Whittle. 





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t^ ■ — ;■ BILLY ASHE 

^ ■ ■ ' BRAD BENNETT 

CARL CARN 
. ^^^ -^^ KEITH CHARLES 

• '^•^-* BILL CHEESEBOROUGH 

W. C. COOK 
BOBBY EUBANKS 

KILPATRICK BELLY FALR 

RICHARD HIXON 
VOSS HAM HOLLAND 

FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

ZACK KILPATRICK President 

W. C. COOK Vice-President 

BRAD BENNETT Secretary 

BRUCE JORDAN Treasurer 

DAVID VOSS Chaplain 





CONROY HUDLOW DICKY PUTMAN 

BRUCE JORDAN ED RIDDLE 

STANLEY KENT ED STOWELL 

BILLY KERR HURBERT TARPLEY 

ZACK KILPATRICK RED TOWNER 

SCOTTY LANGHAM DAVID VOSS 

JODIE LEE PETE WHATLEY 

FORD MILLER G. B. WILUAMS, 

TRACY MOORE Faculty Advisor 
JIMMY PIRKLE 

2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

W. C. COOK President 

ZACK KILPATRICK Vice-PresideTit 

BRUCE JORDAN Secretary 

BILL CHEESBOROUGH Treasurer 

KEITH CHARLES Chaplain 





PHALANX GROUP 




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1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS: 

BOBBY BAKER Vresxdent 

BOBBY BAGGOTT Vxce-VresiAenX 

BILL DREW Treasurer 

BILLY EVANS Secretarij 

WEBSTER CASON Chaplain 

2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS: 

BILLY EVANS Presidetit 

GENE KELLY Vice-President 

GEORGE SHEFTALL Treasurer 

JIMMY BOATWRIGHT Secretary 

JOEL COHEN Chaplain 

BOBBY BAGGOTT OTIS BENSON 

JIMMY HARRISON BILLY HILL 

DON CAPSTICK CLAUDE GRAYBILL 

JACKIE RODGERS CHARLES MacMURPHY 

DENNIS FOSTER BEAMON MARTIN 

FRANK McDANIEL HARVEY STIREWALT"' 

RODGER FEESE HOWARD TIMMERMAN 

BILLY BERRY HUBERT TARPLEY 
DICKIE GRIFFIN 




BOWICK 
EVANS 





HA VIED 
KELLY 



LeCONTE T ALLEY 
LYNN OGDEN 
WILSON BRYAN 
BILLY DYE 
GENE KELLY 



LLOYD HAVIRD PresAent 

GENE KELLY Vice-Vresident 

BILLY DYE Secretary 

LeCONTE TALLEY Treasurer 

LYNN OGDEN Chaplain 

BILL BRANAN HARVEY STIREWALT 

LLOYD HAVIRD STEWART WIGGINS 

BILLY MATHEWS WALTER ROSE 

RICHARD FENDER RAY RUFO 

GEORGE SHEET ALL MR. S. L. WALLACE, 

AAvxsor 



Student 



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Soph J.C.A. 


BOBBY BAGGOTT 


Fr. J.C.A. 


JACKIE SHIPMAN 




BOBBY LEE 


Seniors 


RONALD HOBSON 




JIMMY JOHNSON 




BOBBY EUBANKS 




CONNIE TABB 




BEV BLEMKER 


Jr. 


JACK POPPELL 




BETTY PEARSON 


Soph. 


JOHNNY IVIENGER 




MICKAEL ZUCKER 


Fr. 


BILLUPS JOHNSON 




KENNETH MERlRY 



BOBBY BAGGOTT President fP^ 

JOHNNY MENGER Vice-President ''~ 

CONNIE TABB Secretary g £ 

JACK POPPELL Treasurer y||y^|flf/||\ 



BAGGOTT 
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GtRALDINE PARDUE 
BII LIE MULLAN 
CAROLINE McGAHEE 
SARA GALLOWAY 



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BARBARA OWENS FresiAent 

ALICE AARONSON ....Vice-Preside7if 

PHYLIS RABUN — Secretary 

LOIS SUE HALE Treasurer 

BILL DREW Sweetheart 

LEE OHANDER BETTY HIGGENBOTHAM 

ANN PARRISH FAIRY E. ETHEREDGE 

SHIRLEY PARDUE BETTY JO HORNE 

NELL W. BLANCHARD ELLEN MARTIN 

JEAN BOWICK CAROL SYMMS 

BETTY NORVELL THEO MacMURPHY 




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ZACK KILPATRICK Presidenl 

SAM FLEMING Vice-President 

JIMMY RAINES Secretary 

TOMMY DOUGLAS Treasurer 

DON HITE Chaplain 

H. O. READ Adviser 




BILL BOLLER 
BUNNY COHEN 
BETTY COHEN 
BILL DYE 
TOMMY DOUGLAS 
DONALD HITE 
SAM FLEMING 
WARREN JAUNSEN 
ZACK KILPATRICK 
DAN LESTER 
HARVEY LEVY 
RUSSEL MARTIN 
OLLIE McGAHEE 
SANFORD PRICKET 
JIMMY RAINES 
DAVID VOSS 
LYMAN WILLIAMS 
MICHAEL ZUCKER 
ROBERT COLE 
PETE WHATLEY 



GEORGE ROLLINS 
EDWIN HAREUK 
BARBARA STAPLETON 
BILL HOLDEN 
GAYLE HANNER 
RUTH JUMP 
BETTY BEESON 
CONNIE HAVIRD 
HELEN HARRIS 
RUTH JANSEN 
CAROLINE KUHLKE 
MARTHA HEMSTREET 
DELORES LOGAN 
BETTY ROE 
RICHARD STILL 
MARY JOHNSON 
MICHAEL WHITTLE 
RONALD HOBSON 
HELEN MONTOS 
MARCIA LEVY 





KILPATRICK 



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JUNE MYRICK 
EVELYN TESKY 
MARILYN TANENBAUM 
EVA PRICE 
MARCIA ANSTEAD 
MARCELLA HOWARD 




READ 



PHILPOT 








1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

BILLY PHILPOT President 

FLETCHER POWLEDGE Vice-President 

JACK HODGES Secretary 

KENNETH DAVIS Treasurer 

EARL CHAVEL Chaplain 

2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

RICHARD BARROW President 

ED BRANDON Vice-President 

DOUGLAS SEIFFERT ^ Secretary 

BILLY PHILPOT Treasurer 

BLDEN DYE Chaplain 



RICHARD BARROW 
J. L. BROWN 
BEV COCHRANE 
DANNY COOK 
MICKY CROUCH 
BILL DYE 
ELDEN DYE 
STARKY FLYTHE 
DAVID GALE 
PAUL HAIR 
TOMMY HEMRICH 



TOMMY HERNDON 
JACK HODGES 
CHICK JAMES 
BILLUPS JOHNSON 
JIMMY JOHNSON 
BOB LAMAR 
WYMAN LAMB 
HOOVER LANIER 
JOHNNY MENGER 
PRENTICE PEABODY 
RICHARD PEARSON 



BILLY PHILPOT 
FLETCHER POWLEDGE 
LEE RILEY 
ROBERT RILEY 
WOODBERRY RINKER 
GEORGE ROLLINS 
DOUGLAS SEIFFERT 
GEORGE SHORT 
MAURICE STIENBERG 
ARTHUR WADE 
LARRY WALKER 
BILLY WILLINGHAM 




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President BILLY BERRY 

Vice-President BEVERLY BLEMKER 

Secretarij BARBARA OWENS 

Treasurer BOBBY BAGGOTT 

Librarian JIMMY BOATWRIGHT 

Business Manager JOE MULHERIN 



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BLEMKER 



SOPRANO: 
ALLEN, BARBARA 
BANKS, SHIRLEY 
BECKNELL, BARBARA 
BENNETT, NANCY 
BURTON. SHIRLEY 
CRAWFORD, SHIRLEY 
DANFORTH, EVELYN 
DUKES, JOE 
DUNAWAY, PAT 
ENGLISH, L. M. 
EUBANKS, CAROLYN 
FRICKS, JOYCE 
GLEATON, MARY 
GRIMSTEAD, BETTY 
HALL, DELL 
HAMMOND, CHRISTINE 
HARRIS HELEN 
HILL, JOAN 
HOFFMAN, VIRGINIA 
HOWARD, HETTY 
HELMLY, BETTY 
JESSUP, EVELYN 
MARKS, ANN 



MARSHALK, MARGUERITE 
MATTHEWS, BETTY JEAN 
McGAHEE, BETTY 
McGAHEE, CAROLINE 
MONTGOMERY BETTY JEAN 
McMICHAEL, BEVERLY 
PARDUE, GERALDINE 
RIGDON, DONNA 
REEDER, MARGARET 
SMITH, DOROTHY 
STOCKTON, JOY 
THOMPSON, MARJORIE 
TUTEN, LORRAINE 
WALKER, LOUISE 

ALTO: 

ALGOOD, SHIRLEY 
BEELAND, PATSY 
BECKNELL, MARY ANN 
BENNETT, CAROL 
BLEMKER, BEVERLY 
EUBANKS, ANN 
MARRIOTT, PEGGE 
MELTON, SYLVIA 
MOCK, BETTY 



MULLAN, BILLIE 
OWENS, BARBARA 
PARDUE, SHIRLEY 
PEARSON, BETTY 
PHILPOT, JACKIE 
REDMOND, MARY ANN 
ROE, BETTY 
TURNER, ANAGENE 

TENORS: 
ROSIER, H. G. 
HEMRICK. W. T. 
POWLEDGE, FLETCHER 
GIBSON, HOOT 
HOOVER, HAROLD B. 
ROSIER, T. C. 
WALTERS, HENRY 
HODGES, J. C. 
ADAMS, R. W. 
GAY, THURMOND 
LEE, BILL 
OVERCASH, PETE 
HIGGENBOTHAM, PAUL 
JONES, A. R. 
JONES, J. W. 



WATKINS, BILLY 
WATKINS, ROY 
TEAGUE, J. A. 
BOATWRIGHT, J. 
EUBANKS, SHELTON 
BENNETT, JOSEPH 
MARTIN, WILLIAM 
BARINOWSKI. EMIL 
GOODWIN, TOM 
COBB, HOWELL 
COOK, DANNY 
FORD, ROBERT 
PEARSON, RICHARD 
TOWNER, WARREN E. 

BASS: 

DRUMMOND. LYNN 
CHAVEL, EARLE 
WOODWARD, BOBBY 
WATKINS, BILLY 
CARTER, DON 
KARESH, SANFORD 
JUMP, ROBERT 
DYE. ELDEN 
METTS, RONNY 



MOORE, TRACY 
FIELDS, HENRY 
BLOODWORTH. MELVTN 
CLARK, ANSON 
PIPPIN, CHARLES 
BAGGOTT. BOB 
BERRY, BILLY 
HIGGANBOTHAM, TRAVIS 
REID, T. M. 
SCHNEIDER, HANK 
COOK, W. C. 
ANDERSON, HARRY 
BARINOWSKI. CLARENCE 
GRAYBILL, CLAUDE 
HOGAN HARVIE 
RENNISON, T. H. 
BLANCHARD, CLUESA 
COLE, ROBERT 
HILL, TOMMY 
VERNON, A. G. 
COVINGTON. HERBERT 
INGRAM, LOUIS 
COOK, JIMMY 
HANCOCK, T. W. 




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EUGENE BAGGOTT President 

RICHARD SPIVEY Vice-President 

BETTY BENNETT Treasurer 

SILAS PATE __ Secretary 




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Front Row, left to right, Betty Bennett, Paul Higginbotham, Eugane Baggott, James Black- 
stone, M;ria Wilson Marion McDaniel, Marjorie Miller, Pauline Gordon, Billy Elliott. 

Second Row, left to right, Harry Anderson Hoot Gibson Richard Adams, Pauline Ledbetter, 
Richard Curry, Peggy Grimaud, Howard Anderson Erline Wilk. 

Standing, Left to right, Tracy Moore, Fred Greene, Bobby Jordan, Sara Attawsy, Jack 
May, J. T. Willis, Thomas Rosier, Silas Pate, Louis Davis. 



RUBY C. TURNER, 
Sponsor 




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MARTIN 



McMURPHY 



The objects of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society 
are to promote scholarship and develop character 
among the students of American Junicjir Colleges. 
Requirements for membership are an average of 
ninety in all studies for three semesters and nec- 
essary character requirements. 

L. R. RICHARDSON, Advi-sor 



EUGENIA HIERS VresidenX 

CONNIE TANT Yice-President 

CAROLYN TURNER _ Secretary 

ELLEN MARTIN Treasurer 

THEO McMURPHEY Council Memher 

GLADYS MEIERE 
LOIS SUE HALE 





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BRANTLEY 



Robert Jump — Master Counselor 
Arthur Jones — Past Master Counselor 
Ozie Brantley — Senior Counselor 
Paul G. Hair — Junior Counselor 
Michael D. Zucker — Scribe and Treas. 



ROBERT T. ADAMS 
DAVID BARNES 
WARREN BLANCHARD 
JAMES BOATWRIGHT 
GARY BOSTICK 
JAMES BURCH 
BRAD BENNETT 
ADRIAN COHEN 
RICHARD FENDER 
OLLIE McGAHEE 
WOODBURY RINKER 
HEYWARD WOODWARD 
BILLIE WREN 
JACK WONG 
W. C. COOK 
JIMMY THOMAS 
LYNN DRUMMOND 
CHARLES AENCHBACHBR 



JACK HODGES 

SONNY MILLS 
DAVID VOSS 
DANNY VOSS 
RUFUS MALONEY 
JULES GODIN 
JAMES CONNOR 
JAMES AGERTON 
LOUIS BOWICK 
WILLIAM BRAND 
TERRY BLACKMAN 
CARL CARN 
NEIL CHANDLER 
MICKEY CROUCH 
WILLIAM FAIR 
JOHN W JONES 
LANSING LEE 
JAMES PIRKLE 



EDWARD RIDDLE 
T. C. SIMON 
T. C. ROSIER 
H. G. ROSIER 
CHARLES IVEY 
THOMAS MIXON 
CONWAY HUDLOW 
LYNWOOD SCOTT 
MARION McDANIEL 
BILLY RAMSBOTHAM 
HERMAN EITNBR 
TOMMY HILL 
RAY DERRICK 
WARREN MIXON 
JAY GOLDBURG 
HAMILTON HOLLAND 
BOBBY SCHNEIDER 
STARKEY FLYTHE 



ROBERT COLE 
ALBERT TANKERSLY 
MENDEL SILBERT 
WILLIAM OXNER 
ROBERT WALTON 
KENNETH DAVIS 
SCOTT LANGHAM 
BEN STRINGER 
HERMAN STILLMAN 
NORMAN AUTRY 
JOHNNY CARSON 
LYNN McMICHAEL 
HARVEY LEVY 
GEORGE WILLIAMS 
DICK ROBINSON 




MEMBERS OF DeMOLAY 




HELEN HARRIS President 

LOUISE WARDLAW Vice-President 

BETTY BEESON Secretary 

BEVERLY BLEMKER Treasurer 

CAROLINE KUHLKE Chaplain 



HARRIS 



BASSFORD, BEVERLY 

BECKUM, EVELYN 
BEESON, BETTY 
BERRY. SUE 
BLEMKER, BEVERLY 
BOWE, VIRGINIA 
CARPENTER, WALTON 
CHACE, SARA 
CHAMBERS, MARILYN 
COHEN, BETTY 
COLLINS, SUE 
COSEY, MARY ANNE 
DREW, ANGELYN 
FARR, BEVERLY 
GOODWIN, MARTHA 
HANKINSON, ANNE 
HARBIN, JOANNE 
HARRIS. HELEN 
HEATH, SHIRLEY 



HEMSTREET, MARTHA 
HOWARD, MARCELLA 
HUYCK, JEAN 
KUHLKE, CAROLINE 
MARBUT, MARY JANE 
MARTIN. MARY 
McELVEEN, DOTTIE 
McGAHEE, BETTY 
McGAHEE, LOUISE 
MURRAY, JACKIE 
MYRICK, JUNE 
OWEN, DOROTHY 
OWEN. SARA ANNE 
SETZ. FRANCES 
SMITH. MARTHA 
STRINGER. SARAH ANNE 
TAB, CONNIE 
WARDLAW, LOUl'SE 
WHITAKER. MARY 




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TOMMY DOUGLAS Fresiient 

JIMMY RAINES Vice-Vresident 

LARRY Mc'CRARY Secretary 

LYNN DRUMMOND Treasurer 

SAM FLEMING Chaplain 



ATKINS. LANDON 
CHANDLER, NEIL 
DOUGLAS, EDWIN 
DOUGLAS, TOMMY 
DRUMMOND, LYNN 
FLEMING, SAM 
GOODWIN, THOMAS 
HATCHER, JIMMY 
HOWARD, JAKE 
MAYS, TED 



MOODY, EDWARD 
Mc'CRARY, LARRY 
MULHERIN, BUTCH 
NEWTON, SIDNEY 
RAINES, JIMMY 
ROSIER, H. G. 
WILLIAMS, LYMAN 
WILSON, ANGUS 
ZERVOS. PETE 
DYE, WAYNE 



POPPELL, JACK 
HALL, JACK 
GRICE, DUANE 
CLARK, LYLE 
HOLDEN. BILLY 
LORICK, RUDY 
BROWN, JIMMY 
FARRIS, JIMMY 
ANDERSON, CHARLIE 
SCARBOROUGH, ROY 









NORMAN WILLIAMS President 

MARION SMITH Ut Vice-President 

ROBERT BOYD 2nd Wxce-President 

EVELYN DANFORTH ^- Secretanj 

EMORY BROCKMAN Treasurer 




CHRISTIAN WORKERS' COUNCIL 



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DOUGLASS 



KILPATRICK 




ROLLINS 



HERNDON 



McGAHEE 



To become nieniljers u{ the Gold "R" Society boys 
must excel! in several fields beside scholarship, 
leadershi]). nctixities, military, athtletics. The con- 
duct record and character of each candidate must 
also be outstanding, and their classmates may well 
be jjroud of them. 



ADRIAN COHEN 

TOMMY DOUGLASS 

TOMMY HERNDON 

RONALD HOBSON 

ZACK KILPATRICK 

OLLIE MgGAHEE 

GEORGE ROLLINS 

MR, CORDLE ADVISOR 




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ALPHA TRI-HI-Y 



RICHMOND MEMBERS 



Marcia Anstead 
Annette Banks 
Betty Bennett 
Caroline Davis 
Anne Eubanks 
Connie Havird 
Joan Hill 
Katie Hill 
Marian Hill 
June Hutcheson 



Delores Logan 
Helen Moutos 
Suzanne Morris 
Anne Oxner 
Betty Pearson 
Dianne Richards 
Kathleen Smith 
Joy Stockton 
Barbara Stapleton 



BETTY BENNETT Presrident 

SUZANNE MORRIS Vice President 

MARIAN HILL - Secretary 

ANN OXNER Treasurer 

ANNETTE BANKS Chaplair 

TUBMAN MEMBERS 

Wilhelmina Adams Claire Minor 

Barbara Bannister Eve Mosely 

Carol Benson Beverly Smith 

Shelly Beard Jeanette Stringer 

Roberta Crawford 
Mary Davis 
Betty Dempsey 
Gail DuBose 
Rosemary Feese 
Connie Hayes 




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SfflRLEY ALLGOOD ^JPresident 

MARY ANNA REDMOND Vice President 

MARGARET REEDER Secretary 

EVELYN JESSUP Treasurer 








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ALLGOOD 


REDMOND 


Barbara Allen 


Evelyn Danforth 


Mary Leighton 


Betty McGahee 


Shirley Allgood 


Patricia Dunaway 


Stella Leighton 


Beverly McMichael 


Shirley Banks 


Anne Eubanks 


Peggie Marriot 


Mary Anna Redmond 


Nancy Bennett 


Joyce Fricks 


Anne Marks 


Margaret Reeder 


Ellyn S. Blair 


Mary Gleaton 


Sylvia Melton 


Donna Rigdon 


Beverly Blemker 


Betty Grimstead 


Betty Jean Montgomery 


Barbara Trice 


Shirley Crawford 


Evelyn Jessup 


Margurite Marschalk 






GIRLS ABSENT FROM PICTURE 






Shirley Banks 


Stella Leighton 






Ellyn Blair 


Peggie Marriot 






Anne Eubanks 


Margaret Reeder 






Mary Leighton 


Barbara Trice 





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ANNETTE BANKS 




HELEN HARRIS 




NELL BLANCHARD 




MARILYN CHAMBERS 



JEAN BOWICK 




MARCHLLA HOWARD 



SufoenlatuAC^ 



noun. That which is of the hiyhe>t pussilile excellence or siii)erioT to all 
others. The highest degree of comparison of the adjective or adverb; any 
word or phrase in the superlative de.gree. (LL. suj^erlativus- L. super, over 
& latus, borne) -.Iv adv. -.ness noun. 



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su. per. la. ti\e (su. pur. luh. ti\' ) adj. Elevated to 
the highest degree; consummate; of supreme ex- 
cellence or eminence. Expressing or involving the 
extreme degree. 




RONALD HOBSON 
Most Versatile Senior B^y 



NATH HAYES 
Most Popular Senior Boy 



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CONNIE TABB 

Most Popu'ar Senior Girl 




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BETTY BENNETT 
Most Versatile Senior Girl 




Best Senior Athlete 



ANNE DASHER 
Most Popular Sophomore Girl 




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BOBBY BAGGOTT 
Most Popular Sophomore Boy 




BARBARA OWENS 
Most Versatile Sophomore Girl 



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DANNY VOSS 
Most Versatile Sophomore Boy 



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DAVID VOSS 



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EUGENIA mERS 



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TOMPKINS MUSIC CO., INC. 

RECORDS - RADIOS - PIANOS 

Electric Appliances 

Refrigerators — Home Freezers — Ranges — Wafer Heafers 

Fans — Irons — Washers — Musical Instruments 

and Accessories 

Tubes — Parts — Service 
Phone 2-7339 318 8th Street 



SMITH BROTHERS, Agents 

1027 Broad Street Phone 2-4243 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

Hotel and Restaurant Equipment — Biro Electrical 

Meat Saws — Hobart Food Preparing Machines 

Commercial (Refrigerators — Dayton Scales 



Compliments of 

THE BUCKEYE COTTON OIL 
COMPANY 

fHanufacturers of 

Cottonseed Products 

Augusta, Georgia 



CENTRAL 


GARDEN 


"First in 


Flowers" 


in Augusta 


Since 


1861 





Compliments of 

AUGUSTA COACH COMPANY 

Ride the city buses, save the difference 
in costs and avoid parking problems. 



"The Agency of Dtstinguished Clients" 
HERALD BUILDING AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 

ADVERTISING 
MERCHANDISING 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 





Compliments 


of 


H. 


SHMERLING. 


Jeweler 




910 Broad Street 



E. D. Marks. President 



A. M. Boyer, Jr., Vice-President 



MARKS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. 



702 TWIGGS STREET 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



PHONE 2-3645 



WESTINGHOUSE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS 

WILLIAMS OIL-O-MATIC BURNERS AND WATER HEATERS 

H. C. LITTLE OIL BURNING FLOOR FURNACES 

AMERICAN RADIATOR CO. HEATING EQUIPMENT 

SUNBEAM FURNACES 
DUO-THERM OIL BURNING CIRCULATING HEATERS 

Engineering Contractors 

OIL OR COAL HEAT — AIR CONDITIONING 



HILL'S DRIVE-IN 

and 

SNACK BAR 

630 Broad Street 

"In the Heart of the City" 
The Oldest in the City 



SANDWICHES 

CURB SERVICE 



SODA 



Compliments of 



TOWN TAVERN 



Compliments 
of 

JOHN D. CURTIS 



Blanche Cotton Mills, Inc. 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



THE JONES FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Established 1896 

1010 Broad Street 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



GOOD HEALTH TO ALL 
FROM REXALL 

LANE-LIGGETT DRUG STORE 

EIGHTH & BROAD 



BRIGHAM'S SUPER MARKETS 

2108 Broad St. 
1732 Broad St. 
846 Liberty St. 



OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. 


308 8th Street Phone 2-3513 


Underwood Typewriters 


Standard and Portables 


Adding Machines. Accounting Machines & Supplies 


A. B. Dick Duplicators 


Elliott Addressing Machines 



AUGUSTA MILL SUPPLY CO. 




INDUSTRIAL 


SUPPLIES 




BELTING • PIPE • STEEL 


• TOOLS • 


VALVES 


630 11th Street 


Augusta, Georgia 


Phones 2-4457 


-2-4658 





AUGUSTA OFFICE SUPPLY 

975 Broad Street Phone 4-3512 

ALL MAKES PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 

MIMEOGRAPH AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

SHAW-WALKER AND GLOBE 

WERNICKE OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

"Service a Specialty" 



FRANK GOLDBERG CO. 

Featuring Exclusively the Following Junior Lines 



MINX MODES 



CARLYE 
DORIS DODSON 



MARION McCOY 



Complimenfs 




OXNER'S RADIO SERVICE 




1857 Central Avenue 


Dial 3-7182 


AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 






Compliments 
of 

CHAMPION COAL & FUEL OIL CO. 

"Where Satisfaction Is a Certainty" 

Dial 2-7309 1335 Walker Street 

P. 0. BOX 297 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Fhone 2-4325 HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED 


PRESSING WHILE YOU WAIT 


DeLUXE CLEANERS and BOSTON HATTERS 


COMPLETE CLEANING SERVICE 


J. N. ZERVOS, Proprietor 31 5 Eighth Street 



Compliments of 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 



928 Broad Street 



My Best Regards 


to 




EDO 




TOM 




and 




LARRY 




RUSS HAIR, 


Esq. 



Best Wishes of 

STANDARD BAG 
COMPANY 

Augusta, Georgia 



MOTOR SERVICE & PARTS 
COMPANY 

551 Ellis Street Augusta, Georgia 

Dial 4-4345 4-4346 




HOME OF THE -THING" 



SOUTH'S FINEST 



DRlVE-lN RESTAURANT 



GREENE AT EAST BOUNDARY 



^ecC ^c^fc ^Ci 



Augusta's Finest 



Dinner Restaurant 



1934 WALTON WAY 



HUGH AND ARTHUR GREENE 



Macuch Steel Products Co. 

Engineers, Designers and Craftsmen 

1530 Augusta Ave. — Phone 2-030o 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Fabricators of Structural, Ornamental 
and Miscellaneous Steel 



Mc 


MEATS 


& 


GROCERIES 


D 











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A 
L 










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> 


CONSTRUCTION 






s 



CLARENCE MOBLEY 
CONTRACTING CO. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Lowest Price — Maintenance Considered 



Augusta, Georgia 



SKINNER AUTO SUPPLY CO. 


564 Broad Street 


Augusta, 


Georgia 


Phone 


2-2601 





W. T. GRANT CO. 



Known for Values 



930 Broad Street 




HAMILTON'S 


ELECTRICAL CO. 


Electrical 


Contractors 


Installations and Repairs 


907 Greene Street 


Phone 4-4991 



WYKE C. iVEY, JR. 

W. C. IVEY COAL COMPANY 

43 Years of Serving Augusta 

COAL AND FUEL OIL 

Dial 2-9218 1009 Roberts St. 

Augusta, Georgia 



CAREY F. WEATHERS 
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. 

Local and Long Distance Moving 

Operating in 28 States 

—A Complete Moving Service — 

1268 Druid Park Ave. Phone 3-2211 



JOHN F. BRICKLE & CO. 

BICYCLES — LAWNMOWERS 

REPAIRS 

CASH REGISTERS & MARKET EQUIPMENT 

846-848 Ellis Street 

Dial 2-0437 



FEEDRIGHT MILLING COMPANY 




'y,o«uJ>vyijf. 



'■ff ORIENT MilU**\ 



LOCK DRAWER 740 
For the Discriminating Buyer 
Highest Quality 











'^fORiCHTMIlui*^' 






FEEDERS & GROWERS' EXCHANGE, INC. 



feeds - Seeds - Baby Chicks 

209 - 219 Eleventh Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Bulbs 



Shrubbery 



A. ROY KROUSE 

JEWELER 

EXPERT WATCH REPAIRIKG 

— Located — 

AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS CO. 

210 8th Street 



Phone 2-3444 



Augusta, Ga. 



STANDARD PAPER COMPANY 

1026 Fenwick Street 

Phone 2-4415 

Exclusive Distributors 

for 

Commodore Roll Tissue • Commodore Facial Tissue 

Commodore Roll Towels * Garden Box Napkins 



AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 

EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS 

ACADEMY AND JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC WEAR 
GOLF, TENNIS, BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 



210-212 EIGHTH STREET 



PHONE 2-6007 



"STANDARD" 

CLASS RINGS 

For 




COLLEGE PHARMACY 

DRUGS — PRESCRIPTIONS 


RICHMOND ACADEMY 




Telephone 3-36S7 1801 Walton Way 


(Any Graduating Year) 
Write 




Augusta, Georgia | 


H. S. CANFIELD 

1560 N. Decatur Road, Atlanta, Ga. 

— Manufactured By — 














HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

Also Complete Line 
of 




COMPLIMEHTS 
OF 


DIPLOMAS — CAPS AND GOWNS 
MEDALS 




WARREN WALKER, JEWELER 


TROPHIES — INVITATIONS 
CARDS 




"The House of Fme Sterling" 






Compliments of 


UNITY SUPER MARKET 


1119 Ellis St. 


1128 Broad St. 



BOARDMAN MOTORS, INC. 



STUDEBAKER 



7th & Reynolds 



Phone 4-5523 



Compliments of 

SOUTHERN FINANCE 
CORPORATION 

"REALTORS" 

Loans — Real Estate — Rents & Insurance 



Compliments 
of 

GENERAL TIRE & SUPPLY CO. 

Broad at Twelfth St. 
Phone 2-6641 Augusta, Ga. 




Compliments 
of 



BOYS' 

CATHOLIC 

HIOH SCHOOL 




DUPLEX 

STARTING MA5H 

AUGUSTA. (j4 



» • ♦ • ♦ •< 

♦ • « • « 
♦ •♦•♦•« 



I 



There is a 

DUPLEX DOUBLE 

DUTY FEED 

for all 
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY 



^ ♦•♦©< 

»| — SnTTTT 

» DUPLEX 

I j GROWING MASH 

llsoiimnMiiLHCca 

'^' ROGUiTA.GA 



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/•♦•♦•♦« 

!♦•♦•♦•< 



Ask Your Feed Dealer or Grocervman 



Manufactured bv 



Southern Milling Co. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Coniplhiients of 

H. P. "Pop" SCHNEIDER'S 
SERVICE STATION 

47 13th Street at Reynolds Phone 2-7910 

Augusta, Ga. 



FOR 


CHARTER SERVICE 


CALL 


VALLEY COACHES. INC. 


Phone 4-3543 



Manufacturers of Peanut Food Products Since 1912 

LANCE, INC. 

Telephone 2-1897 • 2531 Devine St. 
Columbia 52, South Carolina 



Compliments of 


TABB FINANCE COMPANY 


S. F. C. BUILDING 


2-3506 




Compliments of 

RUBEN'S 

AUGUSTA'S ONLY HOME-OWNED DEPARTMENT STORE . . . LARGEST 
BOYS' AND STUDENTS' DEPARTMENT IN AUGUSTA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

WILLIS IRVIN ARCHITECT 
HELEN STUART IRVIN 

Associate Architect 



B & B LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 


Phone 2-2359 




Augusta, Georgia 


BUILDING MATERIAL . 


. . LUMBER . 


. MILLWORK 


SASH. 


..DOORS 




Yard and Office: 


Corner 13fh Street 


1245 D'ANTIGNAC 





DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 



30 Eighth Street 



Phone 2-2806 



Specialized Training 



Stenography, Secretarial, Executive Secretarial, 
Accounting and Business Administration Courses 

FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 



5000 Watts 
Day and Night 



Augusta's FIRST Station Since 1930 



WRDW 



CBS 
AfiHIiate 



Gardelle's Rexall Drugs. Inc. 

Broad at Seventh — Phone 2-6611 - 12 
AUGUSTA, GA. 

"Where Friends Meet" 



SIKES COAL AND COKE CO. 

Established 1884 

Wrightsboro at 15th Street 



1 


DREW'S FOOD STORE 


"Extra Quality Food with Friendly Service" 


MEATS 


- POULTRY - SEAFOOD 




GROCERIES and PRODUCE 




Phones: 2-7744-2-7767 


1533 Walton Way 


Augusta, Ga. 




We Deliver Anyv»here 



Compliments of 



MULHERIN LUMBER CO. 



LITTLE RED HEN GRILL 

"Just a Little Different" 
Phone 6-1701 21 30 Central Ave. 



OeSOTO 


Authorized 
SALES • SERVICE 

ROBERTS MOTORS COMPANY 

Incorporated 
111-115 Eighth Street 


PLYMOUTH 


Augusta, Ga 


Phone 4-1424 



GONG R A TULATIONS 

from 



KK LJ M 



Cjwarc) o O r-ods Un or Uff Cyampu^i 



*^ > v^ CLASS-Y CLOTHES f 



B(//7rf mth 





PLASTIC-FACED PLYWOOD 

For Beauty 

and 
Economy 



GPX is a new plywood develop- 
ment produced by Georgia-Paci- 
fic. It has an armor-hard, satin- 
smooth surfaceof phenolic plastic 
yet it retains the warmth and 
beauty and easy "workability" of 
wood. It is ideal for hundreds of 
uses in the home and around the 
garden. 



^@^ 



PLYWOOD E- LUMBER CO. 

MO«E OfFICC: AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Where ^wa 


htv. Accuracy and Fan Pohcy Prevail 




TWIGGS 


PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 


t 


EYE PHYSICIANS 


Augusta, 


Georgia 




PINE LUMBER CO. 

WHOLESALE — RETAIL — SOUTHERN PINE 
HARDWOODS 

MARTINEZ, GEORGIA 
8 Miles West of Augusta 





alflCHARDS' 



^ . 



564 Greene St. 



:^ FINE FURNITURE 



Interior Decorating Carpet Draperies 



Compliments 
of 

RICHMOND SUPPLY CO. 

MILL SUPPLIES 
652 7th Street Phone 2-7797 



(^<MtiUifHe4€t^ <^ 



Commercial Printing Company 



747 Ellis Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Complimen+s 
of 

GREEN'S GARAGE 

Complete Auto Repairs 



125 Fifth Street 



Phone 2-6455 



-B- 

Sancken":; 

. MILK . 



VOTED 
MOST POPULAR 

IN THEIR 
CLASS! 



Sancken":; 
. ICECREAM . 




Department 



St 



ore 



Extends Best Wishes for Continued Success 



. Balk's is Headquarters in Augusta for 
the well dressed school boy or girl. 



TAKE A TIP 

FROM THE CHEF 

USE 

CASTLEBERRY'S 
Famous Barbecue Hash 

and 

Brunswick Stew 

For Delicious Meals . . . 

. . . and so easy to prepare 

CASTLEBERRY'S FOOD CO. 
Augusta, Georgia 



CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

BEST WISHES 

BUSH'S FLORIST 



I I I Pine Grove Ave. 



I 106 Broad St. 



^*udoc& ^cutdtf ^. 



Distributors 



Lay's-Chips, Sandwiches, Peanuts 



Phone 4-4884 



HEAlJQLI/\hTEhS FOh LANE (^EHAh CHESTS 
See t^e Tfti^^ /ime^ica ^^e4^tf 



Souths Leading 
Home Furnishers 




We Invite 
Your Account 



719 BROAD STREET 




DIAL 24678 



Compliments Of 

HILL AND EUBANKS 

YOUR AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS 
IN AUGUSTA 

565 Broad Street Phones: 2-5751 - 2-5752 



DRESSES - WRAPS - MILLINERY - ACCESSORIES 




LINGERIE - COSMETICS - JEWELRY 




THE HOLLYWOOD DRESS SHOPPE 




CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED 




Phone 2-7841 




814 Broad SI. Augusta 


Ga. 



SHORT ORDERS FOUNTAIN 


DRINKS 




Treat Your Date at 






THE VARSITY 






DRIVE-IN 






Gwinnett at Druid Park 




BAR-B-Q 


CURB 


SERVICE 



S. DONALD FORTSON CO. 

MILL ... MINE ... TEXTILE and 

CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES 

901 Reynolds Street Augusta, Georgia 




KILDUFF'S VARIETY 
STORES 

'The Little Stores with the Big Values" 



Compliments of 



H. L. GREEN CO. 



MURPHY-WEATHERFORD 

PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 

712 Twelfth Street Phone 2-8556 

Augusta, Ga. 



W. E. RAINES COMPANY, INC. 

Building Specialties & Supplies 
Metal Products 

Phone 2-2176 14 Seventh St. 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 



INTERSTATE 



COFFEE CO. 



'Kitchen Queen Coffee" 



Patronize 



AUGUSTA 



ICE & COAL 
COMPANY 



100% Home Industry 



TO THE STUDENTS OF 



ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 



AND 



JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA 



Greetings 



tAev/s9<»V>^* 



pr\n' 




"austc 



iIII)p AuguBta CEljrnttirl? 

Morning-Sunday 




'■ofio, 



' ^9ent 



Geot9»« 




THE AUGUSTA HERALD 

Evening 



ED'S CURB MARKET 
AND NEWS STAND 

Open Till Twelve Every Night 
HEARD AT CENTRAL 



LOMBARD BRINSON 

Exclusive Men's Wear 
Augusta, Georgia 




BICYCLES - MOTOR BIKES 
MOTORCYCLES 

R. L. SUMERAU & SON 



1248 Broad Street 



Dial 2-5301 



FRENCH DRY CLEANING CO. 

FANCY DYERS 
HAT CLEANING 

1299 Emmett Street Phone 3-4446 



Complhnents 

of 

CARR'S 

%0 Broad Street 
Phone 4-5531 



"Your Friendly" 

B. F. GOODRICH STORE 

Broad at 10th 
Phones 2-5434 — 2-8506 

Augusta's Dept. Store 
for your 

CAR — ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 
SPORTS 



A Poor 




or A Wise 




WHICH WILL YOU BE 




10 YEARS FROM NOW ? 

The easiest thing, of course, is to be a fish. That requires no talents ... no plans for the future. 
All you have to do is "drift along and dream" and hope you strike it rich. Usually, the years slip 
by and suddenly you wake up to find that all you have is dreams. 

On the other hand, the smart fellow . . . the fox . . . knows that the only way to get ahead and 
stay ahead is to work and plan and save. 

Thats why so many of them open their own savings accounts while still in school. They know 
that regular systematic savings now can mean a college education ... a car . . . marriage . . . 
a home . . . and a business of their own later on. They are the ones who are always going 
places and doing things 

If you're not already a member of this group, join now! 

OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! 

Any of the banks listed below will welcome your account. 



GEORGIA KAILROAD BANK & TRUST CO. 

Maix Office Uptown Branch 

THK NATIONAL EXCHANGK BANK OF AUGUSTA 

.Main Office Walton Way Office 



THi: CITIZENS & SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 

MKMI5KRS OF 

FEDER.VL KESKKVE SYSTEM 
FEDER-VL DEf'OSlT IXSIRANCE CORPORATION 



SMOKE 



HAV - A - TAMPA 



CIGARS 



JOHN J. MILLER CO. 

Distributor 



Complimenfs of 

OSBON AUTO SUPPLY CO. 

Fisk Tires - Fisk Batteries - Auto Parts 
Recapping 
— Easy Terms — 



1253-55 Broad Street 



Augusta, Georgia 




Compliments Of 

EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 

'COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS" 

1201-03 Broad Street 

Dial 2-5435 



LeROY'S MARKET 

TEMR MEATS • GROCERIES • FRZSH PRODUCE 

1859 Central Ave-^ye 
AUGUSTA GEORGIA 



MAXWELL BROTHERS 
FURNITURE 

FRIGIDAIRES - PHILCO RADIOS 
DRAPERIES 

Experienced Interior Decorating Service 

Phone 2-5526 
933 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia 



GEORGIA HATTERS & CLEANERS 


S H 1 


R T 


LAUNDRY 


B. A. 


Gavalas, Proprietor 


Dial 2-4094 




316 Eighth Street 




Compliments 
of 

BETTS GROCERY AND MARKET 

1835 WALTON WAY 
Phone 3-8208 



Compliments Of 

BEARINGS, PARTS & SUPPLY CO. 

"Established 1921" 

Distributors of 

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS, SUPPLIES 

and EQUIPMENT 

Phones: 2-5361 & 2-5362 
630 Ellis Street Augusta, Ga. 



Johnson, Lane, Space and Company 

Government — Municipal — Industrial 
STOCKS BONDS 

INVESTMENT TRUSTS 

721 Herald BIdg. Phone 2-7741 

Augusta — Savannah — Atlanta 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

GEORGIA-CAROLINA WAREHOUSE 
AND COMPRESS COMPANY 

"Support Cotton . . . Cotton Supports You" 




Compliments of 



ORKIN 



"World's Largest Pest Control Company" 
813 Reynolds St. Call 2-4966 



BECKUM & JONES 

Better jeiielry 

Elgin, Hamilton Watches 

Diamonds — Silver — Crystal 

China 



857 Broad 



Augusta, Ga. 





Compliments of 






HENRY DARLING, INC. 




PARTS 


SALES 


SERVICE 



Compliments of 

RHODES OFFICE SUPPLY 

and 

LANE ELECTRIC COMPANY 

D. C. RHODES, Owner 
304 8th St. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

HARDY'S CLEANERS 

"THE BRIGHT SPOT IN CLEANING" 
1803 Walton Way 




STARK EMPIRE LAUNDRY 




LICENSED SANITONE CLEANER 




Cash-and-Carry Service 




DELIVERY SERVICE 


Phone 3-3611 



WOODWARD LUMBER CO. 

Building Materials • Curtis Woodwork 
Lumber • Paints 

1010 Roberts St. Augusta, Ga. 

Phones 2-4611—12—13 



SCOTT'S MEAT MARKET 

LYNWOOD SCOTT . . . Proprietor 
Featuring 



Native and Western Meats 

Poultry and Sea Food 

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 
Groceries 
HILL AND TOWN DELIVERY DAILY 



313 8th Street 



Phone 2-6496-2-6497 



Compliments of 



COOKS CLEANERS 



Phone 2-4204 



uhe South i J^arg.eit ^anuiactureri Of 



FACE BRICK 



COMMON BRICK 



STRIICTIIBAL TILE 



MERRY BROS. 
BRICK & TILE CO 



Established 7 899 



Masonic BIdg. Augusta, Georgia 



Complimenfs 
of 

F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY 



Compliments 
of 

GUY SMITH CONSTRUaiON CO. 

523 13th Street Dial 2-7329 



If' 



w. 


F. Bentley 


W. 


F. Bentley 


-Jr- 




W. F. 


BENTLEY & SON 








Fine Furniture 






901 


Broad Street 




Augusta, 


Ga. 




ROSENTHAL'S 

SHOES 
"Guaranteed for Quality" 



DRESS SHOES 
KEDS 



SCHOOL SHOES 
BOOTS 



968 Broad Street 



Dial 2-4212 



WM. SCHWEIGERT CO. 



JEWELERS FOR THREE GENERATIONS 



846 Broad Street 





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1 

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V 


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SILVER'S 5 & 10c STORE 



906 BROAD STREET 



THE LATEST FIRST IN SMART APPAREL 

FIFTH AVENUE SHOPPE 

"The Shoppe All Women Know" 



Phone 2-6443 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 



;4ccfcuta Sattien^ ;4^Mci^tc<M. 



Bireley's Bottling Co. Jojo Bottling Co. 



Canada Dry Bottling Co. Royal Crown Bottling Co. 



Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Seven-Up Bottling Co. 



Real Estate Sales — Loans — Insurance 
Property Management 

Over 31 Years Experience 

Blanchard & Calhoun Realty Company 
Augusta, Ga. Dial 2-6621 





WEAR A 




SMART 


HOLLAKD 
from 


WATCH 


FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 


816 Broad Stret 




Augusta, Georgia 



WADDEY OFFICE SUPPLY 
INC. 

COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 



224 Eighth Street 



Phone 4-3243 



Augusta, Georgia 



ART METAL STEEL OFFICE EQUIPMENT 




Coniplinients of 



RIVERSIDE MILLS 



Coniplinients of 

HULL, WILLINGHAM, TOWILL and NORMAN 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



Compliments of 



Bowe Contracting Co., Inc. 



General Contractors 



540 REYNOLDS STREET 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



PORTRAITS BY 



BREAULT 

"ARE LASTING MEMORIES" 



PORTRAITS - HOME PORTRAITS - WEDDINGS - COMMERCIAL 




BHEALiLrs sTiinin 

916 GREENE STREET 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



WGAC 



58 on Your Dial 



The Favoriie Sfafion of 

A.R.C. and Junior College 
Students 

Now and all fhru fhe 
years to come 



Enjoy Movies the Modern Way at 



SKY VIEW DRIYE-IN THEATRE 



"The Sou+h's Finest Outdoor Cinenna" 



Olive Road (Heard Ave. Extension) 



Dial 6-1932 



A. J. Fogel, President 
B. P. Mays, Vice President H. I. Fogel, Secty.-Treas. 

THE FURNITURE MARKET, INC. 

1019-102 I Broad Street 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




Since 1889 



AUGUSTA LUMBER CO. 



BUILDING MATERIALS - LUMBER - MILLWORK 



Dial 2-1813 — Augusta, Ga. 



SATCHER COMPANY 



Complete Line of Building Materials and Supplies 



Phones: 2-5636 — 2-7119 



629 Tenth Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



KINGS 


WAY 


PHARMACY 




2107 Kings Way 




Phone 


3-4456 


"Two 


Good 


Rexall Stores" 


MONTE 


SANO PHARMACY 




1427 Mc 


)nte Sano 




Phone 


6-2553 





AUGUSTA TYPEWRITER 






EXCHANGE 


306 8+h Sf., Au 


gusta, Sa. 


Phone 2-6927 






Distributor 


> for 




ROYAL 


STANDARD 


TYPEWRITERS 




ROYAL 


PORTABLE 


TYPEWRITERS 




ROYAL 


ELECTRIC 


TYPEWRITERS 


Typewriter Supplies 


Rebuilt Typewriters 



MURRAY BROS., INC. 

107 Halt Street Phone 2-9806 

AUGUSTA. GA. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

KING HARRY'S MUSIC SHOP 

RENTALS FOR PARTIES 
Phone 2-8611 844 Reynolds 

The King — Music in a Box , 





HAGLER 


TIRE & 


SUPPLY 








Limited 




740 


Reynolds 


St. 




Phone 2-8405 




Headquarters for the General Squeegee 




The Tire 


For S 


ale by the Richnnond Hi-Y 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



HOTEL RICHMOND 



MURRAY'S FLORIST 




KAISER 


HENRY "J" 


FRAZER 


Mcdonald and weathersbee motors, inc. 


Ill Fifth Slreet 




Augusta, Georgia 



BAILIEMADE SHADES 
BAILIEMADE AWNINGS 
BAILIEMADE ART SUPPLIES 
BAILIEIHADE BLINDS 
BAILIEMADE TENTS 
BAILIEMADE DROP CLOTHS 
BAILIEMADE PICTURE FRAMES 
BAILIEMADE DRAPERY RODS 
BAILIEMADE FLOOR COVERING 
BAILIEMADE TARPAULINS 

Phone 2-6084 BAILIE FURNITURE CO. 726 Ellis Stret 



ELLIOTT 



SONS 





WALKER-DURANT 
MOTOR COMPANY 

"Your Ford Dealer" 
FORD CARS — TRUCKS — TRACTORS 

— SALES & SERVICE — 



Broad at 14th Street 



Phone 2-5371 



GEORGIA SPORTING GOODS, INC. 


Broad Street at 


Monument 


Augusta's Only 


Dealer in 


Rawling's Athletic 


Equipnnent 


Dial 2-1961 


Art Patchin, Mgr. 



LILY-TULIP CUP 



CORPORATION 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



PAPER DRINKING CUPS 



AND 
FOOD CONTAINERS 



1550 Wrightsboro Road 



Phone 3-2214 



Augusta. Georgia 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE CLASS OF '51 



Davison's will be ready to serve you for your 
college clothes or career wardrobe just as we have 
with each previous graduation . . . from tiny tot 
through pigtails and teens. 





Stores 111 

AUGUSTA — ATLANTA 

MACON — COLUMBUS 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 



HOWARD LUMBER COMPANY 




"ONE BOARD OR A TRAINLOAD" 




J. W. CARSON W. B. BADGER 


Phone 2-4078 or 2-7870 




1900 Milledgeville Road Augusta 


Georgia 



FAIR JOPLING ANDREWS 
APPLIANCE CO. 

Electrical Appliances — Sales — Service 



303 9th St. 
Phone 2-9854 



519 13th St. 
Phone 2-6997 



TWO PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 

DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $10,000.00 

INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY 

REALTY SAYINGS BANK 

(Augusta's Only Strictly Savings Bank) 

Member F.D.I.C. 

827 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



MARGARET LOTZ SHOP 



827 Greene Street 



Phone 2-5937 




Compliments of Music Department of 




H. L GREEN 


870 Broad Street 


Augusta, Georgia 


LATEST RECORDINGS BY TOP ARTISTS 


SHEET MUSIC 


ACCESSORIES 



MILLER-ADAMS, INC. 

Office Supplies and Equipment 

805 Reynolds Street Phone 2-8U9 

Augusta, Ga. 



K 


SHERMAN AND HEMSTREET 




REALTORS 




auhista 

\ 


JL 


GEORGIA 



PERKINS LUMBER CO. 

LUMBER . . . BUILDING MATERIAL . . . MILLWORK 
DOOR • SASH 



619 13th Street, Augusta, Georgia 



Phone 4-3551 



Compliments of 



AUGUSTA AMUSEIVIENTS CniVU'ANY 



filler U neat re 

The South' s Most Beatitijul and Modern Theatre 
Sniper la L — yiioaje^ka — //\ta I to unea trei 



Loans 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SOUTHERN FINANCE 
CORPORATION 

REALTORS 
Real Estate Rents Insurance 



COMPLIMENTS 

of 



SHAPIRO PACKING CO., INC. 

KOTTINLAND BRAND 
All Meats Are U. S. Inspected 



AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY 

AUTO PARTS MACHINE SHOP 

214-18 Sixth Street Phone 4-5417 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

RICHMOND SUPPLY CO. 

Mill Supplies and Industrial Specialties 
652 Seventh St. Phones 2-7797—2-7798 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SOUTHEASTERN FUR 
COMPANY 



HARPER BROTHERS 

PICTURE FRAMES 
ART MATERIAL and PICTURES 



426 Eighth Street 



Dial 2-6907 



MURPHY STATIONERY CO. 

SOCIAL and COMMERCIAL 

STATIONERY 



718 Broad Street 



Dial 2-2122 



MARKS FABRICS 






"Fabric Center of Augusta" 






SLIPCOVERS AND DRAPERIES 




Made to Order 






1015 Broad Street 


Dial 


4-1850 




"Dispensing Exclusively for the lEye P/ivsician" 

MURPHY & ROBINSON 

PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 

MEMBER OPTOMETRIST GUILD 
Lobby S. F. C. Building Dial 2-5641 



AUGUSTA BOOK STORE 

83? Broad Street 

BOOKS - CARDS - TOYS - PARKER PENS 

GREETING CARDS 

Rental Library 



I. H. COHEN AGENCY 



M Eighth Street 



Phones 2-3377 — 2-3378 




If h Is Good Insurance, We Sell It. 



Developing - Printing - Engrainng 

N&^S/ CAMERA EXCHANGE 

"Everything Photographic" 

Cameras - Photo Supplies - Accessories 
Movie Equipment 



Dial 2-4057 



220 Eighth Street 



ALL YOUR CLOTHES 
Should Go to 

SNOW'S 

1384 Greene Street 



LAKE VIEW PHARMACY 
SUMERAU'S 

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 

1800 Broad Street Phone 3-4495 

Augusta, Georgia 



s. 


ALLEN COHEN 


INSURANCE • 


REAL ESTATE 


LIFE • 


FIRE 


CASUALTY 




Phone 


2-2731 


751 Reynolds 


Street 


Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

HOUSTON 
ICE & COAL CO. 

13th and D'Antignac Streets 

BEST GRADES • COAL AND COKE 

BLOCKED AND CRUSHED ICE 

Prompt Delivery 



Compliments of 

The Roofing and Sheet-Metal 
Contractors' Association 

of 
Augusta, Georgia 

MEMBERS 

Augusta Roofing and Metal Works 

Ralph H. Dozier Roofers and Sheet Metal Works 

Kelly Roofing and Metal Works 

Modern Roofing and Metal Works 

O'Conner Roofing Company 

Southern Roofing and Insulating Company 



Compliments of 

GEORGIA-CAROLINA 
BRICK & TILE COMPANY 



EARL L. BABBITT 




PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 




REPAIRS • ALTERATIONS 


on 




PLUMBING 




HEATING 




OIL BURNER 




GAS HTTING 




1128 Ellis Street Phone 


2-2520 





KAM LEE LAUNDRY 




214 


Seventh 


Street 


Phone 


2-8414 




Augusta, Georgia 




CASH 


AND 


CARRY 



FUEL OIL 

LUBRICATING OILS 

LUBRICATING GREASES 

SANITARY SUPPLIES 
CHEMICALS 

PHOENIX OIL CO. 



NORYELL FIXTURE & EQUIPMENT CO. 

841 Greene Street 

SODA FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE EQUIPMENT 
ATTIC AND WINDOW FANS 



Compliments 
of 

AUGUSTA HARDWOOD CO. 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Manufacturers of 
Bandsawn Pine, Hardwoods and Cypress 







Compliments of 




MOTHNER INSURANCE AGENCY 


801 


Reynolds Street 


Phone 2-8359 






Compliments of 




SOUTHERN WELDING AND MACHINE COMPANY 


623 Ellis Street 




Phone 2-4981 



HARBIN'S FLOWERS AND GIFTS 

Metcalfe at Walton Way Augusta, Georgia 



FULCHER'S VIOLIN AND PIANO SHOP 

WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR 
PIANOS, VIOLINS, and All BAND and ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS 

WE TEACH MUSIC 
939 Ellis Street Phone 2-8595 



WATKINS PRODUCTS 

R. A .CROSBY . . . Manager and Distributor 

Oldest in the World - Established 1868 

SPICES • COSMETICS 

324 9th Street, Augusta, Georgia Phone 2-9343 



Refresh men f ^%is a good idea 




VNPti AUTMOirrr o» iHt coca-cou compant if 



THE AUGUSTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 

Augusta, Georgia 



c/f ClanSSeWS 



iBtc^ 



7/ie South's Finest Since 1841 



SIDNEY SMITH PAPER CO. 


r>62 Reynolds St. Dial 2-6360 


Paper Cups — Napkins — Toilet Tissue 


Augusta. Ga. 


Distributors for E-Z Opener Bag Co. 



BENTLEY BROTHERS 
FURNITURE 

Complete Home Furnishings 

The Store of Friendlj' Service 

Broad at 11th St. Phone 2-5309 



AUGUSTA RADIO CO. 




Radios — Home Appliances 




Phonograph Records 




"Augusta's Largest Record Dept." 




855 Broad St. Dial 2- 


2218 



ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 

Motors — Generators — Transformers 

Wholesale Electrical Supplies 

624 Ellis St. Phone 2-6686 




Compliments 
of 

W. INMAN CURRY 



AUGUSTA HIDE COMPANY 

E. A. LAMAR. Proprietor 

Hides — Furs — Wool — Bees Wax 
& Tallow 

Scrap Iron — Metals — Rubber 
and Rags 

Office & Warehouse: 1433 Reynolds St. 



BASSFORD MOTOR COMPANY 

Ltd. 
1126 Ellis St. 
Phone 2-7018 

Be Smart — Ride a Cushman Motor Scooter 
to School 

Distributors: All Kinds 

Mercury — Canoes — Boats 

Outboard Motors & Cruisers 



SPORTING GOODS 


PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 


BOWEN BROS. 


905 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 



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